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DNC Ad Knocks Trump, Romney

Monday, 26 Sep 2011 11:55 AM

The Democratic National Committee has a new Internet ad taking aim at Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and real estate mogul/reality TV star Donald Trump, who are meeting Monday, reports Politico.
 
"They do have a lot in common," the ad’s narrator says. "They have both done well for themselves. Both support an economic plan that would help out the richest and the big corporations, but not the middle class; that would slash Social Security; end Medicare as we know it; cut funds for healthcare, research, development, and schools; eliminate investments that will create jobs and keep America competitive.”
 
Then the narrator asks a question: “And what do the American people have to say to those who would return to the same failed policies that created our challenges?” The ad then shows Donald Trump uttering his famous line from “The Apprentice” TV show: “You’re fired.”

See full ad below.



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