Donald Trump has recently criticized Florida’s six-week abortion ban, refusing to endorse national restrictions, and blaming opponents for Republicans’ 2022 election disappointments. He has pledged to compromise with Democrats on the issue if elected, but anti-abortion groups are unable to agree on how to respond. GOP opponents have seized on Trump’s comments to close a polling gap and attack him as a fair-weather conservative. The anti-abortion movement is at a crossroads, fearing to alienate the presumptive nominee but also hesitant to let Trump’s remarks go unchallenged. Trump’s attempt to be both pro-life and take credit for Roe v. Wade’s fall has exposed the struggle of anti-abortion groups in a lopsided primary and highlighted ongoing divisions within the movement.