Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonHere's who Biden is now considering for budget chief Clinton praises Dolly Parton's cold shoulder top from vaccination: 'Shall we make this a trend?' Trump was unhinged and unchanged at CPAC MORE is going directly after Donald TrumpDonald TrumpHouse passes voting rights and elections reform bill DEA places agent seen outside Capitol during riot on leave Georgia Gov. Kemp says he'd 'absolutely' back Trump as 2024 nominee MORE, her Republican counterpart, in New York ahead of the state's primary.


The new campaign ad opens with Clinton speaking about the diversity of the city, contrasting it with Trump's rhetoric on illegal immigration and Muslims.

"New York, 20 million people strong. No, we don't all look the same. We don't all sound the same, either," Clinton says over images of students, a shopkeeper and others.

"But when we pull together, we do the biggest things in the world," Clinton adds over images of firefighters and the One World Trade Center being erected.

As she speaks, a sign flashes across the screen showing "Trump: 2016," similar to ones outside Trump's hotel project in Washington, D.C. Other images include a woman wearing an American flag head covering and footage of a man punching an African-American protester in the face at a Trump rally in March.

"So when some say we can solve America's problems by building walls, banning people based on their religion and turning against each other, well, this is New York, and we know better," Clinton says.

Clinton, who is still battling Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersOn The Money: Democrats deals to bolster support for relief bill | Biden tries to keep Democrats together | Retailers fear a return of the mask wars Democrats cut deals to bolster support for relief bill Hillicon Valley: High alert as new QAnon date approaches Thursday | Biden signals another reversal from Trump with national security guidance | Parler files a new case MORE (I-Vt.) for the Democratic nomination, is taking aim at the businessman and fellow New Yorker three weeks out from the April 19 primary as Trump looks to fend off GOP rival Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzGarland's AG nomination delayed by GOP roadblocks The Hill's 12:30 Report: Washington on high alert as QAnon theory marks March 4 The Memo: Is Trump mounting a comeback — or finally fading? MORE (Texas).