In the 2016 presidential election cycle, there’s been one constant: This election has been unlike any other. So, when someone says a candidate has done something “unprecedented,” it’s easy to say, “What’s new?” But, in the opening moments of Wednesday night’s third and final debate, Donald Trump did something that hasn’t ever happened in the history of American presidential politics.

Since the Roe v. Wade decision was handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1973, no major-party presidential candidate has given a more thorough defense of life than Trump made. And when Hillary Clinton responded, the difference between the two candidates couldn’t have been more stark. FULL REPORT