Donald Trump, the former real estate mogul and current front runner in the Republican race, is a complex man.
Trump is unabashedly conservative on many issues. He believes global warming is "a hoax," generally opposes gun control, and wants to build a wall to stop the influx of illegal aliens.
On other issues, Trump seems to not only be left, but far left. His support of a single-payer health care system is a good example.
Donald Trump is also further to the left than many of his right-leaning peers when it comes to his views on Planned Parenthood. Though "The Donald" remains a steadfast pro-lifer and supports defunding the reproductive service provider, he also believes the organization has done some good for women.
"What I would do when the time came, I'd look at the individual things they do," Trump told CNN back in August. "... and maybe some of the individual things they do are good."
"I am for the exceptions. The health of the mother and the life of the mother, I absolutely am for the exceptions and so was Ronald Reagan for the exceptions, by the way, there's nothing wrong with that and you have to do it."
After his opponent, Ted Cruz, accused him of wanting to fund Planned Parenthood, Trump demanded his opponent support the accusation.
"You said Planned Parenthood does wonderful things," responded Cruz.
"It does do wonderful things, but not as it relates to abortion," Trump fired back. "There are wonderful things having to do with women's health, but not when it comes to abortion."
Erick Erickson of Townhall.com accused Trump of using the same reasoning Planned Parenthood uses to receive federal funding.
"Keep in mind Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards makes this same argument in order to keep $500 million in taxpayer funding each year. The abortion giant repeatedly claims it only uses taxpayer money for women's health, not for abortion, ignoring the fact that money is fungible. Trump made that argument for Planned Parenthood tonight from the Republican, pro-life debate stage."
"... Trump is practically making Planned Parenthood's argument for them, by advocating for possible taxpayer funding even though the organization is America's biggest abortion provider."