Trump publicly praises Roe’s repeal — but privately frets about impact

A Supreme Court whose makeup was dramatically shifted to the right during Trump’s presidency gave his supporters significant wins on abortion and guns

During meetings with some political advisers at his Mar-a-Lago estate this year,

former president Donald Trump regularly posed a question: “What’s a tougher issue, abortion or guns?”

In a two-day span this week, a Supreme Court whose makeup was dramatically shifted

to the right during Trump’s presidency gave his supporters significant wins on two seismic issues.

The abortion decision was 6-3 and the guns decision was 6-3, with the three justices appointed by Trump casting the decisive votes

Publicly, Trump crowed about the Supreme Court rulings Friday in a triumphant statement released through his super PAC,

blasting his usual suspects, including Democrats and the news media.

“This brings everything back to the states where it has always belonged,” Trump said to Fox News.

He told Fox that “God made the decision.”

Trump spokesman Taylor Budowich on Friday disputed any misgivings by the former president on abortion or guns.