President-elect Donald Trump has indicated he will sign legislation that would make it easier for states to ban abortion after 20 weeks, while also allowing states to set up their own rules about abortion.

But the Trump administration is currently trying to block those measures from moving forward, according to a new report from Politico.

The report said the White House is “working to block” a measure that would ban abortion at 20 weeks of pregnancy in all but three states.

That would be the first of the Trump Administration’s efforts to limit abortion after that point, as Trump has pledged to restrict abortion to save lives.

The Trump administration has yet to release a plan for abortion regulations.

In the past, Trump has been reluctant to sign abortion restrictions into law, citing the high number of maternal deaths that occur during the procedure.

The new report suggests Trump will try to make his abortion restrictions a “top priority” for the administration.

The White House has not responded to the Politico report, which was obtained by Politico.

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