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"El candidato republicano y su equipo de campa帽a nuevamente est谩n generando ataques, insultos e intentando revivir difamaciones y falsas acusaciones sobre mi vida. Todo eso con la finalidad de intimidarme, humillarme y desequilibrarme una vez m谩s. Los ataques que han surgido son calumnias y mentiras baratas generadas con malas intenciones, que no tienen fundamento que han sido difundidas por medios amarillistas. 脡sta, por supuesto, no es la primera vez que enfrento una situaci贸n as铆. Por medio de su campa帽a de odio, el candidato republicano insiste en desacreditar y desmoralizar a una mujer, lo que definitivamente es una de sus caracter铆sticas m谩s aterradoras. Con esto, busca distraer la atenci贸n de sus reales problemas y de su incapacidad para pretender ser el l铆der de este gran pa铆s. Cuando era apenas una jovencita, el ahora candidato, me humill贸, me insult贸, me irrespet贸 p煤blicamente, como lo hac铆a usualmente de forma privada de la forma m谩s cruel. As铆 como esto me pas贸 a m铆, es claro a trav茅s de los a帽os, que sus acciones y conductas se han repetido con otras mujeres durante d茅cadas. Por lo tanto, seguir茅 de pie, compartiendo mi historia, mi apoyo absoluto a la se帽ora Clinton en nombre de las mujeres, de mis hermanas, t铆as, abuelas, primas, amigas y la comunidad femenina. A mis latinas y en general, quiero agradecerles todo el apoyo, el amor y el respeto, a mi carrera, a mi persona como ser humano y a mi familia. Yo me hice ciudadana de este gran pa铆s porque aqu铆 naci贸 mi hija y porque quer铆a ejercer todos mis derechos, entre ellos votar. Continuar茅 de pie, firme en mi experiencia vivida como Miss Universo y ustedes conmigo apoy谩ndome. He estado tan complacida por tantas palabras amables, por tanto amor. Yo estoy centr谩ndome en mi ocupada carrera, en mi labor de madre y voy a seguir dando pasos positivos para la comunidad latina, seguir茅 como activista en pro de los derechos de la mujer y el respeto que nos merecemos. Aprecio todo su amor y todo su apoyo nuevamente, gracias". Miles de bendiciones.

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1. Alicia Machado has something to say about Donald Trump鈥檚 sex tape allegation. After the presidential candidate took to Twitter this morning and asked people to look for a sex tape involving former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, she put up an Instagram post hitting right back. 鈥淲hen I was a young girl, the now-candidate humiliated me, insulted me, and publicly disrespected me,鈥 she wrote in Spanish, 鈥渁s he has done usually privately in the most cruel form.鈥

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2. A police officer did not make a 鈥渟orry I tased you鈥 cake for a random woman. Reports this week that a Florida cop tased a woman and then apologized via baked goods were incorrect, according to Gizmodo. That officer sent the woman a picture of the cake, but it was actually baked by a Massachusetts policeman who accidentally tased one of his coworkers.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

3. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie鈥檚 temporary custody settlement includes drug testing and therapy. E! News is reporting, from an unnamed source, that Brangelina has reached a temporary, informal custody settlement. It will involve both parents going to individual therapy and Angelina will retain full custody of the children, while Brad has visitation rights. Apparently Brad also volunteered for drug and alcohol testing.

Congress Gridlocked Over Continuing Resolution Legislation

4. Why activists are trying to repeal this law, and why you should care. The Hyde Amendment prevents federal funds from covering the costs of abortion. What that means is that people who have health insurance that covers it or enough of their own money can get an abortion when they need to, but anyone who relies on programs like Medicaid can鈥檛, unless they meet some strict requirements. The EACH Woman Act seeks to repeal that law, and enshrine health care protections for anyone who gets pregnant, regardless of their wealth.

5. Tim Burton has some thoughts about diversity in film and TV. The director of much-beloved films like Edward Scissorhands and Nightmare Before Christmas was asked about the lack of diversity in those movies upon the release of his latest, Miss Peregrine鈥檚 Home for Peculiar Children. His response (that 鈥渢hings either call for things, or they don鈥檛鈥) frustrated many people, though others saw an, ahem, lighter side to his comments.

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