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Trump Begins Radio Ads With $300K in Three States

(MSNBC's "Morning Joe")

By    |   Thursday, 05 Nov 2015 08:00 AM

GOP front-runner Donald Trump's campaign Thursday released its first two radio ads, with the outspoken candidate to release two spots as part of a $300,000 ad buy in the early-voting state of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.

The first look at the spots was revealed on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" program, which showed a transcript of the ads while not revealing the woman who does the voice over in the first spot. The second spot, though, was recorded by Trump himself, who was also a guest on the MSNBC program Thursday.

In the first spot, the voice over says Trump learned the values of "hard work, determination, and faith at an early age," and then goes on to say how he'll be a strong leader who will "negotiate great trade deals and make our military so strong . . . Donald Trump will protect Israel and brutally and quickly cut the head off of ISIS."

In the second spot, where Trump speaks himself, he talks about politicians who are "all talk and no action," and says his opponents have "no experience in creating jobs or making deals."

He also touches on creating trade deals, taking care of veterans, and securing the nation's borders, as well as repealing and replacing Obamacare.

Trump, appearing on the show, reiterated that he's paying for the ad spots and campaign himself, and pushed back against reports that he had approached large-scale donors, specifically Las Vegas casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, Paul Singer, and the Koch brothers.

He pointed out that he terminated the super PACs that had opened to support his campaign, as PACs are "a scam deal," and "we have disassociated ourselves from all of the super PACs."

But, he insisted that he does not need Adelson's money, and that he had one conversation with him and "all he wants to do is protect Israel." Further, he said he does not know who Singer is.

"I am putting up my own money," said Trump. "I built an unbelievable company. I have a cash flow that's enormous. It's ridiculous. If you said that I would have been doing this kind of numbers 25 years ago, I would have laughed at you . . . [we're] talking about peanuts for a campaign. It's actually not a lot of money."

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GOP front-runner Donald Trump's campaign Thursday released its first two radio ads, with the outspoken candidate to release two spots as part of a $300,000 ad buy in the early-voting state of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.
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