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In a column at the New York Times on Friday, Wen said abortion politics was the main reason for her sudden departure from the largest abortion chain in America.
A medical doctor, Wen said she stepped into the leadership role focusing on Planned Parenthood as a health care provider, which is what it claims to be.
“To counter those who associate the organization with only abortion and use this misconception to attack its mission, I wanted to tell the story of all of its services — and in so doing, to normalize abortion care as the health care it is,” Wen wrote.
But the billion-dollar “non-profit’s” board had different goals. Last week, the board abruptly fired Wen after a “secret meeting.” According to the New York Times, the Planned Parenthood board engaged in “hours of negotiations” and ultimately canned Wen, citing the need for a “more aggressive political leader.”
Wen served in the role for less than a year.
On Friday, she said one of the criticisms against her was that she “did not prioritize abortion enough,” according to Newsweek.