Donald Trump releases his first campaign TV ad

Saturday, 27 Aug, 2016

Earlier in the day, campaign chairman Paul Manafort resigned, and on Wednesday, Trump announced a new campaign manager and CEO. In order to make people comfortable enough with Trump to vote for him, the campaign will have to tell that story, too. Manafort and his deputy, Rick Gates, never disclosed their work as foreign agents as required under federal law. Volunteers who sign up are directed to a donation page.

"Thank you for coming, Mr. Trump", one woman screamed. "In politics, as you know Bill, that is an eternity". NBC has the breakdown of the spending by area within each state. In interviews, almost one dozen Republican operatives said they had begun poll-testing the idea - which one labeled a "break glass in case of emergency" strategy - to gauge how the public would react to it. Edwards spokesman Richard Carbo said in a statement that "we hope he'll consider volunteering or making a sizable donation to the LA Flood Relief Fund to help the victims of this storm". To those I say the follow, what do you have to lose by trying something new like Trump?


The commercial, which aired Friday as part of his $5 million swing state ad buy, harkens back to a claim Trump has been hammering for weeks - that the general election is rigged against him. Trump asked, repeating a question he posed to his crowd in Charlotte, NC Thursday night. He added: "And believe it or not, I regret it - and I do regret it - particularly where it may have caused personal pain".


Brown pointed to Trump's history and his re-tweet of a "highly inaccurate" crime statistic that said "Black people killed 81 percent of white people". President Barack Obama's committee said it spent $58.9 million. The real estate magnate was also quoted as saying that the Democratic Party has taken blacks for granted "for decades", and that he can offer Americans, regardless of race, with a "new future" if elected president. "Although he was right about Clinton's desire to bring in more Syrian refugees, Trump quickly strayed from the truth by arguing that many of them are convicted terrorists".