President Trump will attend 10 more events across eight battlefield states to boost support for GOP candidates over the next six days.
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump managed to condense his anti-immigrant fear-mongering ahead of the November 6 midterms into a single, 51-second advertisement, which even some on the right are immediately decrying as "racist". "There is no stronger metaphor for racial hatred in our country than the black man raping the white woman", Susan Estrich, Dukakis' campaign manager, said at the time.
US President Donald Trump faced scathing criticism on Thursday for an advertisement linking Democrats and immigrants to violent crime, with some fellow Republicans blasting it as "sickening" and the most racially divisive political ad in three decades.
Bracamontes, a twice deported undocumented immigrant, shot and killed two police officers in 2014.
The spot includes expletives uttered by Bracamontes during his trial professing regret at not killing more officials. Democrats let him into our country. "Who else would Democrats let in?"
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Sanders said Trump "cherishes the American Jewish community for everything it stands for and contributes to our country". He noted that his outlet was sent mail bombs in the past week.
Horton was a convicted murderer who committed rape while furloughed under a programme in MA where Democratic nominee Michael Dukakis was governor. He then reportedly returned to the USA in 2001, was deported, then returned again in 2002, all during Republican George W. Bush's administration.
As of Friday morning, it had received 3.94 million views in a little more than 24 hours and was the pinned tweet atop Mr Trump's profile, meaning it was the first thing any visitor to his Twitter page would see.
CNN political analyst John Avlon reminded her that former RNC chair and George H.W. Bush adviser Lee Atwater had apologized for the race-baiting Willie Horton ad shortly before his death in '91. Reporter for the Daily Wire, Ryan Saavedra tweeted that Democrats would "look like fools" if they appeared to be defending criminals like Bracamontes by attacking Trump over the ad.
"I can tell you that it's definitely part of a divide-and-conquer strategy that a lot of politicians, including the president, have used successfully in the past", Curbelo said Thursday on CNN. Thirty years later, critics say Trump is hoping the same sort of propaganda will work for him, although his approach is clearly not much better.
The dark video stood in stark contrast to an ad circulated by the Trump campaign earlier in the week that highlighted rosy economic numbers and depicted gauzy scenes of American suburban life. The campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment. That video was timed to the one-year anniversary of Trump's inauguration and meant to promote his immigration agenda. During his 2016 campaign, he frequently appeared with so-called "angel families" - those who lost loved ones at the hands of immigrants in the nation illegally.