The White House from Washington, DC via Wikimedia Commons

The Trump campaign has released a new ad touting the administration’s response to the coronavirus and what it hopes will be the biggest economic comeback in American history.

Mediaite reports:

The Trump Campaign has released a new 60-second political ad that paints President Donald Trump as a competent leader who is successfully navigating the country he ostensibly leads through the coronavirus pandemic which has led to nearly 70,000 American deaths, and perhaps dozens more to come.

The ad features the line  “This November the greatest comeback story is written” and features “attacks” from the media followed praise from Democratic governors Andrew Cuomo and Gavin Newsom. There is also no shortage of political imagery from the past few months: Blue Angels flyovers ordered as a tribute to Health Care workers but now featured in a political ad, as well as Speaker Nancy Pelosi ripping up Trump’s State of the Union speech and with ice cream.

Notably, the add uses the 2016 campaign slogan “Make America Great Again” instead of the previous 2020 slogan of “Keep American Great,” suggesting a pivot to the comeback narrative. In a statement, Campaign Manager Brad Parscale wrote “Under President Trump’s leadership, the United States is writing the greatest comeback story in history. The President, along with the unyielding resolve of the American people, will Make America Great Again.

The president’s message stands in stark contrast to the one currently put forth by Joe Biden.

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Terry
Terry
1 year ago

Great ADD

D. Richard Tonge
D. Richard Tonge
1 year ago

Of course it’s made up since Trump is the most incompetent President we ever had in our history. You want real the facts about who knew what and when; read this: U.S. spy agencies collected raw intelligence hinting at a public health crisis in Wuhan, China, in November, 2019. The intelligence came in the form of communications intercepts and overhead images showing increased activity at health facilities. The intelligence was distributed to some federal public health officials in the form of a “situation report” in late November 2019. The current and former officials said that while there was not a formal assessment produced in November — and hence no “intelligence product” in the jargon of the spy agencies — there was intelligence that caught the attention of public health analysts and fueled formal assessments written in December 2019. That material and other information, including from news and social media reports, ultimately found its way into President Donald Trump’s intelligence briefing book in January. It is unknown if he read the information, but we all know he doesn’t read any briefing bulletins. Even after public health authorities began sounding the alarm in January 2020, Trump took few steps to ready itself for a pandemic. There was no effort to boost national stockpiles of medical equipment or encourage social distancing, for example. While Trump touts his decision to stop flights from China coming to the U.S. on Jan. 31, about 381,000 people had flown from China to the U.S. in January, according to an analysis by the New York Times. Trump Lied; People Died.

cathy rauwald
cathy rauwald
1 year ago

Blah Blah Blah

bart
1 year ago

and where were all the rats

AM
AM
1 year ago

I LOVE IT!!!