Ad highlighting Trump’s criminal record will run nationally on Fox and MSNBC and digitally in critical Blue Wall states.

WASHINGTONApril 22, 2024 – Today Republican Voters Against Trump launched a new six-figure ad campaign as part of an ongoing $50 million campaign, highlighting Donald Trump’s 88 felony charges.

The ad uses first-person hidden-camera footage of a job applicant going to several stores and repeatedly being rejected after sharing that he has been indicted for stealing classified documents, paying hush money to porn stars, and attempting to overturn an election.

The 60-second ad, which you can watch here, closes by saying: “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.”

It will run nationally on “Morning Joe” and “Fox & Friends,” and digitally in the Blue Wall swing states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

The campaign launches at the start of Trump’s first criminal trial, as the former president faces charges for violating campaign finance law. It draws attention to the fact that Trump’s legal trouble would disqualify him from holding almost any job in America, and calls on voters to reject him at the ballot box.

“The MAGA base might rally to Trump’s defense in his criminal cases, but swing voters don’t want a potential felon in the White House,” said Gunner Ramer, Political Director of Republican Voters Against Trump. “We’re sending the message that Donald Trump is unfit for office. If your local retailer won’t hire someone with Trump’s criminal record, why should the American people elect him to the nation’s highest office?”

To be connected with spokespeople for this campaign, please contact Tony Franquiz at [email protected].

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