WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump’s first general election TV ad contrasts his strict approach to immigration with what he calls Hillary Clinton’s plan to do “more of the same, only worse.”
The Republican presidential nominee’s ad is one of two different spots in a $5 million swing state as buy that begins Friday and runs for the next 10 days.
This first spot employs some of his signature lines, said by a narrator as images of what are supposed to be a crowd of Syrian refugees and border crossers being detained by police. It begins: “In Hillary Clinton’s America, the system stays rigged against Americans.”
It concludes after 30 seconds by saying Trump’s plan to crack down on illegal immigration and halt some refugee programs is “change that makes America safe again.”