Establishment GOP Super PAC Runs Despicable Ad Featuring Nude Photo of Trump’s Wife
Many find it just plain tasteless to create ads attacking the family members of Presidential Candidates, obviously this anti-trump super PAC has no such concern. In their attempt to attract religious inclined female voters in Utah.. They have released an add, depicting possible first-lady, Mrs. Trump, to be…well, you’ll see.
Mair’s ad shows how the media and political operatives are making Trump’s family into fair game. Both his son Eric and sister who is a federal judge have received envelopes containing suspicious white powder in recent days.
The group is running three ads: one that features Mitt Romney, one that emphasizes Trump’s past support for pro-choice policies, and a third that shows Melania Trump posing nude. The Melania ad, which is by far the most provocative, invites viewers to meet “your next first lady.” Mair said that one is being promoted on Instagram as well, but only to LDS women.
Mair said this is the first time the group has run ads urging voters to back a specific candidate. In Utah and Arizona, polls show Cruz with a much better chance than John Kasich of beating Trump. And Mair, who has Mormon family members, believes she could bring some expertise in the effort to court LDS voters.
Umm…I don’t know, but I can speculate that this ad might just backfire, and do quite the opposite of what it was created to do. They didn’t think that one through too well…
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