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Washington, DC -- Tonight, Hillary Clinton was a strong, steady presence, making it clear that she is the leader America needs. She stood by her promises to fight for American families -- and to make sure that women’s rights are treated as human rights.


Meanwhile, Donald Trump showed the country who he is and what he would take to the White House. Trump is a sexist, racist, xenophobic bully whose policies would be a disaster for women, their families, and all Americans.


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


“There was one clear winner in tonight’s debate — and that’s Hillary Clinton. Hillary showed she’s tough, presidential, and has a real plan to help America move forward. Meanwhile, Donald Trump looked like the unprepared, overwhelmed bully he is. Trump showed us he has nothing to offer America except his bigotry, half-baked ideas, and the same old excuses. Tonight, Donald Trump showed America why Hillary Clinton will be president.”


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