Donald Trump and Joe Biden debated abortion early in Thursday night’s presidential debate.

During the debate, Trump said that overturning Roe v. Wade and allowing states to protect babies from abortions was a “great decision.”

“Fifty-one years ago we had Roe v. Wade and everybody wanted to get it back to the states. Everybody. Without exception. Democrats, Republicans, liberals, conservatives, everybody wanted it back. Religious leaders,” he said.

“I put three great Supreme Court justices on the court and they happened to vote in favor of killing Roe v. Wade, and moving it back to the states,” Trump said. “Now the states are working it out.”

Biden on the other hand said he fully supported Roe v. Wade – which allows abortions up to birth.

He said it was a “terrible thing” to let states protect babies from abortions.

“So he’s willing to, as we say, rip the baby out of the womb in the ninth month and kill the baby,” Trump said.

“Under Roe v Wade, you have late-term abortion. You can do whatever you want, depending on the state. You can do whatever you want. We don’t think that’s a good thing. We think it’s a radical thing. We think the Democrats are the radicals, not the Republicans,” Trump explained correctly.