Planned Parenthood's president on Wednesday thanked Republican presidential candidate Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Dems add five candidates to ‘Red to Blue’ program White House notifies Russia that no new sanctions are coming: report Senators push HHS to negotiate lower prices on opioid overdose reversal drug MORE for saying the women’s healthcare organization does “good work” outside of abortions, even as she criticized him as wrong on most issues.

“Well, this is one thing I agree with Donald Trump on — Planned Parenthood does amazing work for two and a half million patients every single year,” Cecile Richards said on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports.”

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“I appreciate his kind words,” she added. "We’re very proud of our work here.”

Richards argued that Trump is still wrong on abortion, healthcare and women’s rights, though.

“I think women in this country, families and men, are going to be very concerned about a president who wants to roll back affordable healthcare in America,” said Richards, who supports Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonHouse Dems add five candidates to ‘Red to Blue’ program Pompeo can lead the fight against global hunger and malnutrition Poll: Cruz running neck and neck with Dem challenger MORE.

“I think the disturbing thing is that Donald Trump — as well as Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzNew Zealand's female prime minister 'extremely angry' at Trump comparisons Trump's NASA nominee advances after floor drama Poll: Cruz running neck and neck with Dem challenger MORE and Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioTrump's NASA nominee advances after floor drama The Hill's 12:30 Report Rubio taps head of Heritage Action as new chief of staff MORE — has said that if they’re president, they’d end women’s access to women’s family planning, cancer screenings [and] basic, affordable healthcare as well as overturning the Affordable Care Act, which is now covering family planning and preventive care for 55 million people.”

Richards said Clinton’s longtime advocacy for improved women’s healthcare would help her campaign nationwide.

“She’s been a great advocate for women’s healthcare her entire life,” she said of the former secretary of State. "[These are] the kinds of issues that Hillary Clinton is talking about that are relevant to everyday Americans. I think those are going to dominate not just the primary but certainly those November elections.”

Trump has repeatedly praised Planned Parenthood’s “good work” on healthcare, such as cancer screenings, while opposing any federal funding for abortions.

He says he has evolved past describing himself as “very pro-choice,” adding that he no longer supports partial-birth abortions.

Updated at 5:06 p.m.