Hillary Clinton’s campaign is releasing its first TV ad in Pennsylvania ahead of the April 26th primary.
The thirty-second spot, titled “New World”, focuses on the myriad of international issues the President of the United State must deal with.
“The world a President has to grapple with, sometimes you can’t even imagine,” the narrator states. “That’s the job and she’s the one whose proven she can get it done.”
The commercial then lists a series of the former Secretary of State’s accomplishments from reducing nuclear weapons to domestic issues like Social Security and healthcare.
“The Presidency is the toughest job in the world and she’s the one who will make a real difference for you,” the narrator concludes.
The video is heavy on foreign imagery, featuring foreign terrorists, stock markets and natural disasters. To reinforce this message Clinton is shown meeting with Vladimir Putin, shaking the hands of soldiers and departing Air Force One.
The White House is featured several times and she is even shown reading documents in a setting similar to the West Colonnade.
Altogether, the spot makes the case that Hillary Clinton is the most prepared candidate to be President and serves as an implicit rebuke both to Democratic primary opponent Bernie Sanders and Republican front-runner Donald Trump.
This ad is set to beginning running tomorrow in the Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg-Lancaster-York, Wilkes Barre-Scranton, Johnstown-Altoona, and Erie media markets