If the former president of Planned Parenthood wasn’t thinking of running for office, she is now – thanks to the media.

April 30 marked the last day Cecile Richards served as president of America’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood. Richards stepped down after 12 years – shortly after publishing her new memoir, Make Trouble. Both during and after her time at Planned Parenthood, six anchors and hosts have taken the opportunity on air to ask Richards if she’ll run for office.

 


As former Planned Parenthood president and pro-abortion activist Cecile Richards appeared as a guest on Tuesday's MSNBC Live, host Stephanie Ruhle practically begged her to do more to convince Americans that Planned Parenthood is not really "the abortion store" as she ranted about pro-lifers painting it as such.



On Tuesday's New Day, CNN host Alisyn Camerota gave former Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards a forum to brag about the pro-abortion group's success in pushing its agenda into ObamaCare, and to complain about those who wish to end taxpayer funding of the prominent abortion provider. She also gushed over her liberal guest's "legendary" mother, former Democratic Governor Ann Richards, and asked if she planned to run for political office.



Life begins at different times, depending “on the pregnancy,” according to the president of America’s largest abortion provider. On Monday, Playboy magazine published an interview with Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards in the wake of her new memoir, Make Trouble and as she prepares to step down from her position in May after serving for 12 years. During the interview, when asked about when life begins, Richards cited doctors as saying “there is no specific moment when life begins.” Or, she said, “It depends on the pregnancy.”



One CNN host is pleading with the president of America’s largest abortion provider to stay put because of “who’s in the White House.” On Saturday, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards appeared on CNN’s The Van Jones Show to discuss her new memoir, Make Trouble.



While many in the media are asking Cecile Richards the same questions during her book tour, MSNBC co-host Joe Scarborough is breaking the trend by asking about pro-life women. On Tuesday, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to discuss her new memoir, Make Trouble. Richards’ book comes a month before she plans to step down from her position after serving for 12 years.



The president of America’s largest abortion provider is taking advantage of her book tour to target the president’s daughter, Ivanka Trump. On Monday, W magazine published a piece on the “problem of Ivanka Trump” which consisted of an interview between associate editor Stephanie Eckardt and Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards.

 


Even the president of America’s largest abortion provider admits that media aren’t impartial when it comes abortion. According to her, Donald Trump’s 2016 description of “ripping the baby out of the womb” perturbed some journalists. “Katie was clearly disturbed,” she recalled, and that left her “worried that she and other reporters were getting used to this level of discourse.”



The president of America’s largest abortion provider is accusing Ivanka Trump of “bartering” and “almost” bribing her to halt abortion. After all, it’s only 3% of what Planned Parenthood does, right? (Wrong.)

 


CBS co-anchor Gayle King has no shortage of political candidates in mind for America's upcoming elections, from Oprah to now Planned Parenthood Cecile Richards. On Monday, CBS This Morning fill-in co-anchor Bianna Golodryga introduced Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards on-air to discuss her new memoir, Making Trouble.



If a newly released excerpt is any indication, the president of America’s largest abortion provider is donning a pro-life mask for her memoir.



The president of America’s largest abortion provider is a celebrity in Hollywood’s eyes, and she’s using that status to praise young people – many of whom are missing today because of her organization.