Donald Trump has just debuted his first official ad of the general election and, unsurprisingly, it attacks Hillary Clinton.
Called, “Two Americas: Immigration,” Trump asserts that America will only be safe with him as commander-in-chief.
Says an ominous sounding announce, “In Hillary Clinton’s America, the system stays rigged against Americans. Syrian refugees flood in. Illegal immigrants convicted of committing crimes get to stay. Collecting Social Security benefits, skipping the line. Our border open. It’s more of the same, but worse.”
The ad then attempt to contrast ‘Hillary’s America’ with ‘Trump’s America.’ The voice over says, “Donald Trump’s America is secure. Terrorists and dangerous criminals: kept out. The border: secured. Our families: safe. Change that makes America safe again.”
If the voice-over artist in the ad sounds familiar, that’s because it’s that of actor Bruce McGill. Via Mediaite:
The name may not ring all too familiar, but McGill’s face — and amazing body of work over decades — certainly will. The 66-year-old San Antonio native is a Rizzoli & Isles regular, and most famously appeared as D-Day in Animal House.
Funny enough, in 2001 McGill appeared in the Will Smith bio flick Alias a Spanish-speaking Hispanic immigration official.
[Photo of McGill via IMDB]