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‘The View’ co-host Sunny Hostin says she’s gotten hate mail for sharing pro-life views

via Good Morning America

Sunny Hostin, co-host of “The View,” revealed receiving hate mail for her pro-life stance rooted in her Catholic faith.

She emphasized the need for a separation between government and religion, expressing opposition to abortion without exceptions.

“The Republican Party in many respects is leaning on evangelicals for this argument. I myself am Catholic,” she said.

“I have mentioned many times I’m pro-life. I’ve received a lot of hate mail for it. That’s my personal position, but there has to be a separation between the government and religion.”

“I don’t believe in abortion, at any time. I don’t believe in any exception to it,” she said, while stipulating she didn’t agree with the Supreme Court’s decision.

The show’s discussion also covered recent Texas abortion legislation and a legal battle involving a pregnant woman seeking an abortion despite the state’s ban. (Trending: US State Unveils Controversial ‘Gender Neutral’ Laws)

In the state of Texas, 31-year-old Kate Cox received a temporary restraining order from a lower court judge that prevented the state from enforcing its abortion ban in her case.

The court said in a one-page ruling that it was temporarily staying the court’s ruling “without regard to the merits.”

Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton argued that Cox does not meet the criteria for a medical exception.

“Future criminal and civil proceedings cannot restore the life that is lost if Plaintiffs or their agents proceed to perform and procure an abortion in violation of Texas law,” Paxton’s office told the court.

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