Trump New ‘First 100 Days’ Campaign Ad Claims ‘America Has Rarely Seen Such Success’ (VIDEO)


In the campaign that never ends, the Donald J. Trump For President, Inc. organization released a new ad Monday, airing now in major TV and digital markets across the country.

Titled “First 100 Days,” the ad opens with the narrator saying: America has rarely seen such success.


The narrator then says that Trump is “exhibiting clear vision, resolute leadership, and an uncompromising dedication to the American people, just as he promised throughout the campaign.”

Stop it, Mr. Trump, our sides hurt from so much laughing watching your new commercial, claiming you’re the best president America has ever seen.

The many accomplishments listed in the Trump ad would dwarf any child’s Santa list. They seem to go on forever, even though it’s just a 30-second spot. Twenty-nine seconds too long in my estimation. I’ll give him the Supreme Court nomination of Neil Gorsuch, but he offered up his name early in his 2016 campaign, not in the Oval Office. Doesn’t count. And creating jobs? Nope, those jobs came from legislation enacted previously by former President Obama. And don’t get me started on the energy thing.

Discerning viewers will grow bored by all the *winning* in the Trump ad’s phony list of *wins.” Trump supporters, not so much. They are the targets of this slickly produced ad, which obviously wants to get all of Trump’s minions off their barcaloungers applauding in standing ovations. And, I would imagine, Trump also hopes their sycophantic applause will be contagious, convincing others to believe he’s great, too.

The 30-second ad does nothing more than pay homage to Donald Trump, who requires praise and applause every minute of every day from everyone. Sorry, Donald, ain’t gonna happen. You’re not great.

Sure, the 38% on the Trumptrain don’t know what a lousy POTUS you are and have been. And you want to keep it that way. I get it.

Truth be told, however, well more than 38% know truth is that you’ve achieved less than any other president in your first 100 days (excluding William Henry Harrison, who died on day 34). But you can’t handle the truth. Donald Trump runs the White House just like he ran his campaign: Full of lies.

And this is why on this Donald Trump commercial, the screen flashes “Fake News” just as the narrator says “You wouldn’t know it from watching the news, America is winning, and President Trump is making America Great Again.”

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