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Donald Trump’s First TV Ad Sparks Controversy

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TIME – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump released his first television ad of the campaign on Monday, a provocative 30-second spot that presents some of the businessman’s most controversial proposals.

An email about the ad from Trump’s campaign said it will air in Iowa and New Hampshire beginning on Tuesday. The candidate has been reluctant to air television ads, noting how far ahead he’s gotten without them, but has now promised to spend at least $2 million per week on ad buys. The email said the team has $1.1 million for television allocated in Iowa and close to $1 million spent in New Hampshire.

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  • Yadja

    His add is excellent and tells the honest truth and I tell you in America this next election is going to be a whopper of a landslide for Trump.

    He has opened Pandora’s Box and done PC, which is ruining America, in and he is running for the Goal Post and we are supporting him all the way.

    Now that O is going after our guns again, when America in danger from within, instead of going after the Gangs and those killing in our Big Cities he is trying to disarm the honest gun owners.

    He is going to get his backside kicked by the American people we are fed up with him.

    This while he is guarded along with all of Congress and all of the Hollywood crowd. I don’t think so O.