New $50M Biden Ad Campaign Targets Trump Condemnations

New $50M Biden Ad Campaign Targets Trump Condemnations
New $50M Biden Ad Campaign Targets Trump Condemnations

President Joe Biden’s campaign will focus on Republican challenger Donald Trump’s felony convictions as part of a $50 million advertising campaign ahead of the first presidential debate between the two candidates on June 27.

The campaign, one of the campaign’s largest ad investments to date, marks a notable shift in Biden’s approach to Trump’s condemnations, following the president’s initial reluctance to speak out on the issue.

“Character Matters,” a 30-second ad that says “this election is between a convicted criminal who only cares about himself, and a president who is fighting for your family,” seeks to show a contrast between the two candidates and will be broadcast in all the states contested in the last elections, starting Monday.

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Trump was found guilty on May 30 by a New York jury of 34 felony counts of falsifying business records.

“Corrupt Joe Biden and the Democrats have used the judicial system against President Trump and this new ad demonstrates once again that the sham trial was always intended to be election interference, but Americans realize it,” the spokeswoman wrote. of Trump campaign Karoline Leavitt on social media platform X.

Biden and Trump remain tied in national polls less than five months before the election, while Trump has an advantage in the battleground states that will decide them, according to polls taken before the conviction. On economic issues like inflation, Trump does better with voters than Biden.

With information from Reuters

 
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