During her congressional testimony Tuesday, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards faced a litany of pointed questions from representatives appalled by the contents of undercover videos released over the past several months.
One noteworthy exchange came during South Carolina Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy’s examination of the embattled executive.
He brought up sex- and race-selective abortions, asking Richards if she could “understand how people may support legislation that banned that.”
She responded by dismissing such criticism as a mere difference of opinion, acknowledging only “that people have a lot of different views on the issue of abortion.”
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