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President Obama Stars in Clinton’s New TV Ad (VIDEO)

Republicans wanted to paint Hillary Clinton as a third term for President Barack Obama.

It turns out Democrats have no problem with that.

The President makes the argument for Clinton in their latest TV ad titled “On the Ballot”.

“All the progress we’ve made these last eight years is on the ballot,” Pres. Obama begins. “Civility is on the ballot. Respect for women is on the ballot. Tolerance is on the ballot. Equality is on the ballot. Justice is on the ballot.”

“If you want to send a message in this election, send a message about who we are as the American people,” he concludes. “Send a message by voting for Hillary Clinton.”

This thirty-second spot will air nationally but according to the Clinton campaign it’s also going to air more frequently in Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio and North Carolina.

4 Responses

  1. One thing for sure, we all have flaws. No perfection lives on earth. FBI opened a case simply because crooked Trump. They’re not indicting her. Trump fears a woman in charge as well as Republicans. What have Trump done with all his properties. Not one time did he let the poor or homeless live there. That tells you what type of president he’ll be. Lies, lies, lies. Get over. Using America to settle his out of country debts sending this country in turmoil. Trump and others hate the fact a BLACK MAN in a high position. Trump cares for no one other than himself. A man who loves POWER. What has he done for others?

  2. Gulag, He’s the ONLY black president in us history duh! By the way he’s canceled all further campaign appearances on behalf of Crooked Hillary since FBI re-opened their investigation.She’s toxic and radioactive. She’s on her way to being indicted by a Grand Jury and will be going to Federal Prison where she belongs.

  3. I really like the new ads featuring Obama. They’re fierce, with a dash of a militant spirit.

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