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Tags: 2020 Elections | Donald Trump | Joe Biden | pac | digital ad

Super PAC Releasing Ad Targeting Biden

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By    |   Tuesday, 02 April 2019 02:58 PM

The Great American PAC, which supports President Donald Trump’s re-election, is launching a new digital ad targeting former Vice President Joe Biden, according to The Hill.

The ad is called “Creepy Joe.”

It shows children watching a CNN interview with Nevada state legislator Lucy Flores, who has accused Biden of smelling her hair and kissing the back of her head during a campaign event. As Flores is heard describing the incident, the ad focuses on the two small children watching the interview.

The screen goes black.  The words: “Our children are watching,” is shown on the screen. “What example will we set for them?

The ad then links to the website blasting Biden.

“The former vice president’s history of predatory behavior is coming front and center and our new ad ‘Creepy Joe’ details the recent accusations,” the website says.

“This behavior is unacceptable and should instantly disqualify anyone considering running for the high public office in 2020.”

The PAC is spending six figures to launch the digital ad. It will also appear on television if Biden enters the presidential race, The Hill said.

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The Great American PAC, which supports President Donald Trump’s re-election, is launching a new digital ad targeting former Vice President Joe Biden, according to The Hill.
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