I wouldn't trust 60 minutes to present something in a fair and even manner. I didn't see the segment (don't get reception)
With saying inappropriate things, I've held a friends hand through a termination and she cracked the worst jokes throughout the process. Not because she's a bad person. But just to cope with the situation.
I'm pro choice. I don't like it. But also how can - for example - passionately defend my right to have a VBAC, when some people would believe that the risks are too high, that I shouldn't be allowed to choose the option that's safest for me if it means putting my baby at risk (teeny tiny risk)
I would suspect - without seeing the segment - that the choice may have been to reduce the risk of miscarriage, complications with birth, very low birth rate, preterm labour etc etc associated with triplets. A risk some people - I know I would - take.
But who are we to decide what's right and what risks someone is prepared to take, within their own body.