Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.

"Biden Corruption" +

:30 TV ad run from Sept. 29, 2019 on national cable.


Male Announcer:  Joe Biden promised Ukraine a billion dollars if they fired the prosecutor investigating his son's company.

Biden (clip from Council of Foreign Relations):  "If the prosecutor's not fired, you're not getting the money.  Well son-of-a-bitch.  He got fired."

Male Announcer:  But when President Trump asks Ukraine to investigate corruption, the Democrats want to impeach him, and their media lapdogs fall in line.

They lost the election, now they want to steal this one.

Don't let them.

Trump (voiceover):  I'm Donald Trump and I approve this message.

NotesThe Sept. 27 press release from the campaign:

Trump Campaign Launches TV Ad Hitting Biden on Ukraine, Democrats on Trying to Steal 2020 Election

President Trump’s re-election campaign today launched a new ad highlighting Joe Biden’s Ukraine scandal and the Democrats’ plan to use it to steal the 2020 election by impeaching the President.  The ad focuses on Biden’s boast that as vice president he threatened to withhold $1 billion in foreign aid from Ukraine unless they fired the prosecutor looking into a lucrative contract held by his son, Hunter Biden.  The ad also highlights Democrat plans to steal the 2020 election by impeaching President Trump, using his support for investigation of the Biden scandal as the excuse. 

The ad will run on national cable outlets and on digital platforms beginning this Sunday and running to next Sunday.  It is a $8 million buy, which combined with a separate $2 million Republican National Committee buy, totals $10 million.

“Democrats want to deny Americans the opportunity to vote to re-elect President Trump and people need to know the facts,” said Brad Parscale, Trump 2020 campaign manager.  “This is a Joe Biden scandal and the Democrats are trying to use it to steal the election.”

Also note:

On Oct. 3, Daily Beast reported that CNN is refusing to air the ad because "in addition to disparaging CNN and its journalists, the ad makes assertions that have been proven demonstrably false by various news outlets, including CNN.”