Hillary Clinton’s campaign unveiled a new ad that warns voters what “one wrong move” from Donald Trump could cost America and features Trump delivering lines that show he’s not someone that understands “steady leadership, clear thinking” or “calm judgment.”
“Knock the crap out of em, would you? Seriously.”
“I know more about ISIS than the generals do. Believe me.”
“And you can tell them to go f**k themselves.”
“I would bomb the sh*t out of them.”
ABC News reports that the Clinton campaign has made an $80 million ad but in 8 battleground states:
The buy – which includes $3 million in additional ads for the remainder of August and nearly $77 million for September and October – is for Florida, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Iowa, Nevada, Ohio, North Carolina, as well as the Omaha area of Nebraska.
It does not include the battleground states of Colorado and Virginia, where earlier this month the campaign temporarily stopped airing ads due to strong poll numbers. (A campaign aide explained that while there are no plans to go back on the airwaves in either state, they may decide to do so in the future.)
In addition, the campaign has purchased $15 million in radio ads.