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"Blaze" host Dana Loesch discussed the Democrats' intra-party debate surrounding whether they should endorse pro-life candidates heading into 2018.

Several Democrats criticized the prospect of broadening from a strong pro-choice platform, but Rep. Ben Ray Lujan (D-N.M.), who leads the DCCC, said it might be a good idea to have an open dialogue with such candidates.

Loesch said it was a "straw man argument" to say that Republicans are not in favor of women's issues like access to contraception and prenatal care.

She said she supports Lujan's base-broadening idea, even though it is for the "sanctity of getting votes" rather than the "sanctity of life."

"If it saves some infants, I'm all for it," she said.

Loesch and Democratic strategist Richard Fowler discussed the effect the Democrats' pro-choice platform had on blue-state vote shifts in favor of President Trump in 2016.

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