The Priorities USA super PAC supporting Hillary Clinton will spend $10.5 million on ads attacking Donald Trump in Pennsylvania beginning next month and running through Election Day in November.
The ads will begin on July 5 in the Keystone State's three largest markets — Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Scranton — The New York Times reports.
The buy increases Priorities USA's spending on Trump to $117.5 million in a total of nine states, spokesman Justin Barasky said.
Pennsylvania, a key battleground state, has a strong working-class population that Trump hopes to attract, according to the report.
"This morning, Donald Trump cheered a potential economic collapse because it would be good for his bottom line and compared running a country to running a golf course," Barasky told the Times, referring to the presumptive Republican nominee's comments on the Brexit vote
The PAC remains "determined" to bar Trump from winning the White House on Nov. 8, Barasky said.
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