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Tags: Trump Administration | Barack Obama | Democrats 2016 | Donald Trump | GOP2016 | Hillary Clinton | trump

Trump Uses Obama Ad From 2008 Against Hillary Clinton

Trump Uses Obama Ad From 2008 Against Hillary Clinton
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By    |   Friday, 10 June 2016 02:27 PM

Donald Trump has turned a Barack Obama campaign ad from 2008 into an attack on Hillary Clinton in 2016.

The presumptive Republican presidential candidate sent out a tweet that included an Obama campaign video from 2008, when he ran for the Democratic nomination against Clinton.


In the video, an announcer says, "Hillary Clinton will say anything to get elected."

The video noted that Clinton, when she was a New York senator, voted for George W. Bush's war in Iraq. It concluded by saying, "Hillary Clinton. She'll say anything and change nothing."

Obama endorsed Clinton for president, and opponent Bernie Sanders has promised to work with her to defeat Trump, according to The New York Times.

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