The Hill covered our two most recent ad campaigns: one highlighting leading Republicans’ “Partisan Derangement Syndrome” and another showing that Trump couldn’t be hired at a local mall with his criminal record. Miranda Nazzaro reports:

An anti-Trump Republican group took a swipe at a series of high-profile politicians including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and former Attorney General Bill Barr for their support of former President Trump after repeatedly expressing concerns about him.

In an ad released Sunday, Republican Voters Against Trump warned of several GOP figures suffering from “partisan derangement syndrome.” […]

“These Republicans are suffering from ‘partisan derangement syndrome,” the narrator said, adding later, “At this point in the ad, I would tell you to call this number so you can help these deranged partisan Republicans, but sadly they’re too far gone.” […]

Republican Voters Against Trump, a political group trying to stop Trump from taking back the Oval Office in November, released a separate six-figure ad last week that suggested Trump’s four criminal indictments would prevent him from even getting a job at a local shopping mall.

“If Trump is too big of a liability to get a job at your local mall, he is too big of a liability to be president of the United States,” the narrator said in the video.

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