Below is Donald Trump's first TV campaign ad of the 2016 Presidential election. The ad will be showed in Iowa and New Hampshire.
Donald Trump's 2016 Presidential campaign has barley spent any money and ran no T.V. ads up to this point. Trump's campaign so far only ran a few radio ads in Iowa and New Hampshire. The ads do not attack any candidate directly but attack politicians as a whole.
Some of the other candidates have spent massive amounts of money on campaign ads. The Right To Rise PAC which supports Jeb Bush for President has spent millions of dollars on ads. Many of them are attack ads against Donald Trump.
Trump's campaign has been very successful with the use of the media. The media is giving Trump the most coverage and its costing Trump nothing. According to Fox News the ad blitz that Trump wants to start will cost upwards to $2 millions a week. The ads will mostly focus on Trump's plan for America.
Some information about Jeb Bush's Super PAC on their tactics to take down Marco Rubio has been released. The Super PAC wants to use millions of dollars on negative campaign ads against Rubio. The Super PAC supposedly has two ads ready to be aired. In one ad they attack Marco Rubio for missing Senate votes, this issues Jeb Bush attacked Rubio on in the last debate and it did not go so well for Jeb Bush. In the second ad, they attack Rubio for being too pro life.
In response to this new information that the Rubio campaign received they released a 30 second ad called "Before The Phony Attacl" where they show clips of Jeb Bush praising Marco Rubio.
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