Trump Campaign Ad Shreds Biden's Far-Left Stances on Taxes and Immigration
The ad campaign uses Biden's own words against him
President Donald Trump's reelection campaign launched a new ad targeting Democratic nominee Joe Biden and his far-left "radical" stances on taxes and immigration.
The ad campaign uses Biden's own words, which highlight his "radical agenda of the extreme Left," a senior campaign official said.
The "high seven figures" spend targets five early voting states:
- North Carolina
It will air in all markets ahead of the Democratic Party's limited nominating convention next week.
The ad will also be aired nationally on cable.
Polls in Wisconsin put Biden ahead of Trump by 6.4 points, according to RealClearPolitics.
Trump won the state by less than a percentage point in 2016 against Hillary Clinton.
RealClearPolitics average says Biden leads by 6.9 points nationally.
The 30-second ad, titled "In His Own Words," features Biden telling an audience, "If you elect me, your taxes are gonna be raised, not cut."
"That means middle-class families, small businesses, and seniors pay higher taxes," a narrator says.
"It's the biggest tax increase in history."
But Biden denied he would raise taxes on middle-class families, despite evidence he said it in the video.
Biden also vows to grant "citizenship for 11 million undocumented folks."
The former vice president is also shown promising "citizenship for 11 million undocumented folks."
Last year, Neon Nettle reported the former Vice President promised to send $4 billion in taxpayer-funded aid to Central American countries.
The Trump ad tells viewers to expect 11 million more people "competing for American jobs, eligible for free healthcare, Social Security, and Medicare."