Jun 10, 2021
Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry slams women who ‘use abortions as birth control’ after admitting she almost ended fourth pregnancy
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TEEN Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry slammed women who she accused of using abortions as birth control.
Last fall, the mom admitted she considered ending her fourth pregnancy.
???? Follow all our latest news & stories on Teen Mom.6Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry slammed women who she accused of using abortions as birth controlCredit: MTV 6Last fall, the mom admitted she considered ending her fourth pregnancyCredit: Instagram
Kailyn said on Baby Mamas No Drama with Vee Rivera: "Totally your body your choice- 1,000 percent.
"But when you're using abortions as birth control, that's where I have a problem."
The co-hosts were talking about a listener, who wrote in relaying how she previously had a friend who asked her to cover for her while she cheated on her husband.6Back in the fall of 2020, the Teen Mom 2 star revealed she actually considered aborting CreedCredit: Social Media - Refer to Source 6Kailyn recently shared an intimate moment from her home delivery with Creed.Credit: Instagram
Back in the fall of 2020, the Teen Mom 2 star revealed she actually considered aborting Creed.
She told ET in October:"I need to look at this [ultrasound] and really understand the magnitude of what I'm about to go through with.
"And I just want to make sure that I'm doing what's best for me.
"And once I saw this little baby on the the screen I said, 'I can't do this and I know that I'm capable of being a good mom of four, so I'm going to walk out of here.'"
The Teen Mom star added that her ex Chris Lopez, who is Creed's father, knew she had considered an abortion but wasn't "part of the conversation."6Kailyn shares son Isaac with Joe Rivera. She also has son Lincoln with Javi Marroquin and two sons, Lux and Creed, with ChrisCredit: Social Media - Refer to Source 6The co-hosts were talking about a listener, who wrote in relaying how she previously had a friend who asked her to cover for her while she cheated on her husbandCredit: Social media - Refer to source
Kailyn recently shared an intimate moment from her home delivery with Creed.
She was seen holding a pale Creed against her chest as she spoke to him and smiled proudly.
In another sweet moment, Creed extended his open hand towards his mom as she quickly gave him her finger to hold.
The reality TV star has previously opened up about how tough Creed's birth was and how he has made her not want any more kids - despite currently getting IVF.Most read in EntertainmentExclusiveHUMBLE HIDEOUTInside American Pickers star Frank Fritz's modest $155K Iowa farmhouseDEADLY COCKTAILRapper Shock G died from an overdose after 'mixing fentanyl and alcohol'NOT EVEN KHLO-SEKhloe accused of using 'too much photoshop' as she poses toplessDOUBLE TAKEA-list star's son shares new look on Insta - but do you know who his dad is?PLASTIC FANTASTICWhat K. Michelle look like nowKANYE MOVES ONKanye West 'whisks model Irina Shayk away on romantic trip to France'
Earlier this month, she revealed she’s considering having a fifth child and is going through egg retrieval process.
Kailyn told Us Weekly: "I don’t have any intentions any time soon to have more children, but I’m going through IVF and egg retrievals so that I can potentially have the chance in the future, if that’s what I want."
Kailyn shares son Isaac with Joe Rivera. She also has son Lincoln with Javi Marroquin and two sons, Lux and Creed, with Chris.
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Former Afghanistan president slams US-led military campaign as a failure ahead of planned withdrawal
The former president of Afghanistan has lambasted the United States military effort in his country, saying the mission failed to achieve any of the goals it set out nearly 20 years ago when it arrived.
Hamid Karzai assumed office in Afghanistan just three months after the attack on Sept. 11 and only two months after the U.S. and NATO forces arrived in his country to hunt and destroy al-Qaida. He remained in office for 13 years, working with the U.S. for over a decade, and what he saw was a disappointment.
Karzai claimed that extremism is at its "highest point" ahead of the planned drawdown of U.S. forces from his country and that the U.S. had failed to live up to its promises.
Dec. 14, 2011: Afghan President Hamid Karzai speaks during a joint news conference with U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, unseen, at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan.
"The international community came here 20 years ago with this clear objective of fighting extremism and bringing stability ... but extremism is at the highest point today," Karzai said during an interview with the Associated Press. "So they have failed."
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"We recognize as Afghans all our failures, but what about the bigger forces and powers who came here for exactly that purpose?" he added. "Where are they leaving us now? In total disgrace and disaster."
Karzai argues that Afghanistan would have been "better off" without the U.S. intervention; further, he accused the forces of instead waging a campaign "against Afghan villages and hopes."
Former President Donald Trump initiated a plan to withdraw U.S. troops from the country, intending to complete the withdrawal of all regular troops by May 2021. President Biden changed that timeline when he took office, instead aiming to withdraw troops by Sept. 11, 2021.
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"I am now the fourth American president to preside over an American troop presence in Afghanistan. Two Republicans. Two Democrats," Biden said when he announced the new deadline. "I will not pass this responsibility to a fifth."
The decision to withdraw the troops was already an unpopular one, and Biden’s commitment to the withdrawal has only further frustrated a number of U.S. officials.
Former President George W. Bush in April warned that the decision to withdraw troops from the country would provide opportunities to the Taliban that he hoped the U.S. would not come to regret.
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"My first reaction was, wow, these girls are going to have real trouble with the Taliban," Bush said. "A lot of gains have been made, and so I'm deeply concerned about the plight of women and girls in that country."
President Biden will meet with the current president of Afghanistan on June 25 as a means of demonstrating "the enduring partnership between the United States and Afghanistan as the military drawdown continues."
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"The United States is committed to supporting the Afghan people by providing diplomatic, economic, and humanitarian assistance to support the Afghan people, including Afghan women, girls and minorities," a White House statement read. "The United States will remain deeply engaged with the Government of Afghanistan to ensure the country never again becomes a safe haven for terrorist groups who pose a threat to the U.S. homeland."Peter Aitken is a New York born-and-raised reporter with a focus on national and global news.