War on Women Report No. 15

This week, the White House protected and defended another alleged serial abuser while John Kelly called immigrants lazy and Donald Trump called his critics treasonous.

War on Women Report No. 14

The Trump administration’s reliance on anti-abortion junk science became apparent this week. Also, Sarah Huckabee Sanders told Nancy Pelosi to smile more.

War on Women Report No. 13

The Trump administration this week continued advancing an anti-immigrant, anti-abortion and increasingly isolationist agenda. Meanwhile, a new report on Trump’s manterruptions of Theresa May (disappointingly) surprised no one.

War on Women Report No. 12

The Trump administration unleashed no-holds-barred attacks on abortion rights, the trans community and immigrants and refugees this week.

War on Women Report No. 11

This week, the Trump administration escalated attacks on immigrants and refugees—and the President himself flat-out refused to say he wasn’t a racist. Plus, lawmakers are coming together in solidarity with the dozen women who have accused Trump of sexual harassment and assault.

War on Women Report No. 10

The Trump administration is continuing to attack reproductive rights, net neutrality and even individual female journalists—and they’re standing firm with Roy Moore in the wake of rape accusations by multiple women.

War on Women Report No. 9

This week, the Trump administration continued a reckless disregard for immigrant girls, a series of attacks on San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz and a campaign to paint the women accusing Trump of assault and harassment as liars.

War on Women Report No. 8

This week, the Trump administration put an undocumented 10-year-old in a migrant facility, kept fighting to block Jane Doe from accessing an abortion in violation of her rights and doubled down on the ban on trans service members—and the ambassador to New Zealand is under investigation for sexual harassment.

War on Women Report No. 7

This week, the Trump administration came under fire for attacking voting rights, nominating a white supremacist to the federal bench and employing an aide with a 20-year tenure as a racist and sexist under his belt. Amidst those reports, Trump put DACA—and DREAMers—at risk, dismantled the ACA and threatened to leave Puerto Rico without relief.

The War on Women Report No. 6

This week, the Trump administration weakened LGBT protections at home and around the world, encouraged attacks on abortion, scrapped the ACA birth control mandate and opened avenues for discrimination under the guise of “religious liberty.”

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