Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump released his first television ad Monday morning, touting his strong stance against radical Islam and his proposed ban on Muslims entering the country.
“The politicians can pretend it’s something else,” the ad’s narration reads as an image of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton flashes on the screen, “but Donald Trump calls it radical Islamic terrorism.”
The ad then touts Trump’s proposal to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the country, his proposal to build a wall on the southern border and have Mexico pay for it, and his promise to “cut off the head” of ISIS. The ad then ends (of course) with footage of Trump promising to make America great again.
In a statement, the Trump campaign announced that the $2 million ad buy would air in Iowa and New Hampshire, the two most critical primary states.
Watch above, via the Trump campaign.
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