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Today, sources reported that Donald Trump is taking debate advice from his friend and “alleged serial sexual harasser” Roger Ailes, who was recently ousted from Fox News amid multiple charges of sexually harassing as many as 20 current and former female employees.


Quote from Dawn Laguens, Executive Vice President, Planned Parenthood Action Fund:


“Taking advice from Roger Ailes is more proof that Donald Trump is trying to lose the women’s vote by the largest margin in history. The full picture is coming into view: Trump doesn’t want any women in his cabinet, he has almost no women advisers on his campaign, he’s not interested in the issues that affect women’s lives — AND he’s taking advice from the man Fox News forced out for chronic, egregious sexual harassment.


“Women hear Trump’s anti-woman message loud and clear, and we’re going to answer him with a loud and clear message of our own this November.”


Read the full New York Times article here: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/17/us/politics/donald-trump-roger-ailes.html


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