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New York, NY — Yesterday,  Donald Trump tried to reset his campaign once again, with a quick trip to Mexico and a speech clarifying his so-called “immigration policy” — neither of which changes the fact that his campaign, his policies, and his hateful rhetoric are sexist, racist, and dangerous, especially for women and communities of color.


Statement from Daniela Ramirez, Assistant Director of Latino Media, Planned Parenthood Action Fund:


“Donald Trump can’t fool us with desperate stunts to mask his racism with a smile, a handshake, and a photo-op in Mexico. Trump is still Trump, and his policies are still dangerous to immigrants, Latinos, women, families, and communities of color — in other words, the face and future of this country. We need and deserve a president who understands and cares about us and our communities, and who will work with us to solve problems and make life better for all Americans. Donald Trump is not that person — and that’s why we are not going to let him take his toxic sexism and bigotry to the White House.”


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