While there, they reportedly spoke with leaders about women's health care rights and the threat that the Trump administration has posed to those rights. Kim, Khloé, and Kourtney also asked what they could do to help in the future.
According to X17 Online, the sisters wanted to use their platform to make a difference. "The girls felt that since they have such a huge audience, they could really make a difference and shed some light on just how important Planned Parenthood is for those who can't afford the services they provide elsewhere," a source told the site.
When paparazzi asked whether or not this was a statement, Kim stayed quiet. But regardless, this is a pretty big step for the Kardashian clan, and we're excited to see the episode when it airs!
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