New PAC Which Supports Donald Trump Releases Devastating Anti-Hillary Ad (VIDEO)

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A new PAC which supports Donald Trump called Rebuilding America Now has released its first ad which targets Hillary Clinton’s dishonesty by tying her to her husband’s miserable record.

CNN reported:

Pro-Trump group’s first ad uses Clintons’ words against them

A pro-Donald Trump super PAC ties Hillary Clinton’s private email server use to Bill Clinton’s Monica Lewinsky scandal, in its first 30-second advertisement.

The spot, from the days-old group Rebuilding America Now — launched by close Trump associate Tom Barrack with $32 million in commitments — follows Trump’s lead in casting likely Democratic nominee Clinton as untrustworthy.

It intersperses an August 2015 Clinton news conference in which she insisted that she had turned over every email on the private server she had used as secretary of state, and didn’t send or receive classified material, with then-President Bill Clinton’s famous January 1998 speech responding to the Lewinsky allegations. Bill Clinton at the time denied any past “sexual relations” with the former White House intern, which he famously had to later walk back.

The spot doesn’t directly attack Hillary Clinton — instead featuring only the Clintons’ words.

Watch the ad below:

Surprisingly, the Rebuilding America Now PAC has hired a prominent strategist who used to oppose Trump but now backs his candidacy.

As the general election gets into full gear, it won’t be surprising to see many from the #NeverTrump crowd drop their opposition to the Republican nominee and join the effort to defeat Hillary Clinton.

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