Romney Ad Uses Hillary to Hit Obama

Friday, 29 Jun 2012 01:06 PM

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Mitt Romney's campaign has launched a television ad offensive utilizing words of criticism voiced by Hillary Clinton against President Barack Obama in their 2008 presidential campaign.

"He continues to spend millions of dollars perpetuating falshoods," Clinton is heard saying in the ad. "So shame on you, Barack Obama."

The ad is appearing in the key swing states of Ohio, Nevada, North Carolina, Colorado, Iowa, and Virginia. It features footage from a Clinton campaign stop in Ohio, where she admonished the Obama team for spreading lies about her views.

Watch the video here.





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