First Anti-Trump Ads from Hillary Feature All GOP Remarks
Hillary Clinton has rolled out her first anti-Trump ads -- and the likely Democratic nominee doesn't say a word about the presumptive GOP nominee.
Instead, the Clinton camp leaves the ads up to Donald Trump's own soundbites and former GOP competitors dissecting the real-estate mogul's character.
The first consists of just Donald, saying what he would do as president.
"Everything I say, I'm going to do, folks." —Trump
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) May 4, 2016
The other ad consists of all GOPs, detailing why Donald should not be president. It's so fresh that it includes a clip of Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-Texas) comments yesterday after Trump cited a National Enquirer piece accusing Cruz's dad of being associated with the JFK assassination. It also includes Mitt Romney's anti-Trump speech and Jeb Bush noting that Trump "needs therapy."
"President Trump" is a dangerous proposition. Mitt Romney, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio agree.https://t.co/fUkISvgaXC — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) May 4, 2016
Clinton followed the release with a campaign email listing quotes from conservatives who have come out against Trump.
She also retweeted Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), who went on a tear against Trump on her Facebook page Tuesday.