President Trump hit a home run with this ad. That’s what President Trump needs to do. He must continue to contrast his historically successful presidency with the conduct of the deranged and corrupt Democrats. President Trump should also begin to aggressively target Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, since he will be facing one of these candidates next year. Both Sanders and Warren have outlined the destruction that they plan to inflict on the United States. As such, they need to be exposed in attack ads right away. Stay on offense Mr. President.
Trump campaign runs surprise World Series ad: ‘It takes a Donald Trump to change Washington’
By ABC News, November 2, 2019:
The Trump campaign tactically dropped a brand new 30-second national TV ad during Wednesday night’s World Series game seven, an unprecedented move by an incumbent over a year out from Election Day.
The ad, which briefly pushed back against what the campaign slammed as “phony investigations,” mostly focused on the president’s first-term record — striking a different tone from the more impeachment-focused ads the campaign has run earlier this year.
“He’s no Mr. Nice Guy, but sometimes it takes a Donald Trump to change Washington,” the ad promoted to those watching the Washington Nationals defeat the Houston Astros to win their first World Series championship.
And according to Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh, the ad was the campaign declaring “we’re on offense” nearly a year out from the general election, and a day before the House of Representatives would vote to pass an impeachment process resolution.
While the ad aired during a game that drew just over 23 million viewers on FOX, Trump’s own tweet promoting the video quickly trended on Twitter, garnering over 1 million views in just two hours on the social media platform, which hours earlier had announced it would ban native political ads buys.
The president himself was more than enthusiastic after the ad aired during Wednesday night’s game, quickly jumping on the phone with friends and allies to boast about how great the ad was, crediting the idea to Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale, according to two sources familiar with the calls.
Game 7 World Series ad, 1 year out. #WeAreComing and fighting for the forgotten Americans.
"He's no Mr. Nice Guy, but sometimes it takes a Donald Trump to change Washington." pic.twitter.com/DSqh6RpaGt
— Brad Parscale (@parscale) October 31, 2019
President Trump has given America greatest economy in history. All of this success can be eliminated in the blink of an eye, should Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren be elected POTUS in 2020. It’s Trump or socialism in 2020.
The President has built a record setting economy and Americans are thriving!
And we’re just getting started! pic.twitter.com/zFwIf8e7b3
— Brad Parscale (@parscale) November 1, 2019
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