Top White House official says he's hopeful Supreme Court's decision upsetting Roe v. Swim won't stand long

A top White House official said on Sunday he doesn't think the upsetting of Roe v. Swim will keep going long.

"This is simply not America," HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra told NBC's "Meet the Press."

Becerra approached Congress to pass regulation classifying Roe v. Swim into regulation..

Wellbeing and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra on Sunday said he trusts the Supreme Court's decision on 

Roe v. Swim won't keep going extremely lengthy.
"I've been around sufficiently long to know that nothing's 

always absolutely protected. Yet, recollect that, we actually haven't even had the option to pass the Equal 

Rights Amendment, thus this nation has a best approach," Becerra told NBC's "Meet the Press,"

alluding to the long-proposed change for ladies' privileges. "However, positively, I don't trust

this choice by this court and [Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization] will stand long."

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