The Republican National Committee is trying to shift the public's focus on immigration policy to Hillary Clinton's record on the issue, rather than Donald Trump's.
Helen Aguirre Ferre, the RNC's recently hired director of Hispanic Communications, released a video Wednesday pulling apart the Democratic nominee's history on immigration.
"Clinton only prioritizes what is politically convenient for her," she said. "Clinton panders for political gain — it's hypocrisy at its worst. You just can't trust her."
The one-minute clip cites Clinton's 2007 vote in favor of a border fence, which later turned to opposition of the project when she said it would be "counterproductive."
In 2008, the former secretary of state publicly opposed driver's licenses for those in the U.S. illegally. But that position also flip-flopped to her current stance in support of giving government documents to illegal immigrants.
During President Obama's first term, Clinton said Obamacare and other benefits should be given only to American citizens, not illegal immigrants. Staying on trend, Clinton switched sides in 2015 and said anyone in the country should be able to enroll in Obamacare.
Most recently, Clinton voiced support for Obama's deportation plan, which had included a small percentage of unaccompanied minors. Now Clinton is against it.
Donald Trump spent part of Wednesday meeting with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and other leaders to discuss trade and immigration.