Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.

"Abraham Accords" +

:30 TV ad from Sept. 17, 2020 run on national cable, Florida markets, Philadelphia.


Male Announcer:  They said it couldn't be done.

But President Trump did it.

The first Middle East peace agreement in decades.

President Trump brought once bitter enemies Israel, Bahrain and the UAE together to make peace.

Prime Minister Netanyahu:  I am greatful to you President Trump for your decisive leadership.

Male Announcer:  President Trump, nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.  Leadership that makes the world safer.

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

NotesThe Sept. 17, 2020 press release:  

New Trump campaign ad hails peace deals with Israel & Arab nations
President Trump’s re-election campaign today released a new ad hailing the peace accords brokered by the President between Israel and Arab nations Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.  The ad, titled “Abraham Accords,” goes into the existing television buy and will run on national cable television and on local television in Florida markets and Philadelphia.

President Trump pulled off the historic peace agreements critics thought could never be accomplished, proving again that his leadership has restored the United States to its rightful place as the world’s leader in diplomacy. The President’s record stands in stark contrast to Joe Biden, who has been wrong on nearly every foreign policy issue over the last four decades, according to his former Defense Secretary, Robert Gates.

The Trump campaign announced this week it had increased its television advertising buy by 50 percent, ramping up its presence in key states with early voting and expanding its national cable buy. The overall eight-figure buy is running on national cable, and local broadcast and cable in the following states: North Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Nebraska (2nd Congressional District), and Maine (2nd Congressional District). The Trump campaign also announced it was expanding its existing urban radio buy to include Pennsylvania markets.