The Obama administration has no plans to cut off Parenthood Parenthood's federal funding, even after one of its top executives was caught recently discussing the trafficking of organs salvaged from aborted children.

White House press secretary Josh Earnest said Monday in response to a question from TheBlaze's Fred Lucas that the Obama administration is not interested in calls from U.S. lawmakers to take away the millions of taxpayer dollars given annually to the women's health group.

"[I]s there any possible reconsideration about federal funding for Planned Parenthood?" Lucas asked.

"No," Earnest said, moving on quickly to the next question.

Planned Parenthood has faced criticism after an undercover video was released last week showing the group's senior director of medical services, Deborah Nucatola, casually discussing the methods by which organs are salvaged from the remains of aborted children.

"We've been very good at getting heart, lung, liver, because we know that, so I'm not going to crush that part, I'm going to basically crush below, I'm going to crush above, and I'm going to see if I can get it all intact," she can be seen saying in the video, which was captured and produced by the pro-life Center for Medical Progress.

Nucatola also seemingly suggested that Planned Parenthood affiliates perform partial birth abortions, which are illegal, so as to preserve specific, in-demand organs, including hearts and livers.

Questions have also been raised regarding Nucatola seemingly suggesting that Planned Parenthood and its affiliates profit from the trafficking of organs, which would also be illegal.

"I think for affiliates, at the end of the day, they're a non-profit, they just don't want to — they want to break even," she said. "And if they can do a little better than break even, and do so in a way that seems reasonable, they're happy to do that. Really their bottom line is, they want to break even."

Top lawmakers, including several 2016 Republican presidential candidates, have called for authorities to investigate Planned Parenthood's practices. Several GOP leaders have also called for the group to lose its federal funding.