Hillary Clinton's super-PAC unveiled a new TV spot this week that brings to the surface Donald Trump's mocking of a disabled reporter a few months ago, Politico reported.
Though Trump has denied mocking the New York Times' Serge Kovaleski, Priorities USA, Clinton's super-PAC, is jumping on an opportunity it thinks will resonate with voters.
The message: Trump "mocked someone with a disability," reports the New York Times.
"Women are pigs and slobs, Mexicans are thugs and criminals, and the disabled deserve to be targets of mocking and derision," Priorities USA spokesman Justin Barasky said in a statement to Politico. "The common thread among all of (the ads) is that if you're not Donald Trump, he’s probably mocked and ridiculed you and he has no intention of fighting for you."
Priorities USA is taking aim at Trump in the battleground states.
The spot, which debuted Monday, is part of a $20 million ad campaign that will run for six weeks in Ohio, Virginia, Florida, New Hampshire, Iowa, Colorado, and Nevada, Politico reported.
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