Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.

"Great American Comeback" +

:30 TV ad announced Sept. 4, 2020, to run starting week of Sept. 7 in battleground states and on national cable.


Male Announcer:  In the race for a vaccine the finish line is approaching.

Safety protocols in place and the greatest economy the world has ever seen coming back to life.

But Joe Biden wants to change that. 

Biden (clip): ...I would shut it down.

Male Announcer:  Why would we ever let Biden kill countless American businesses, jobs and our economic future [music up-tempo] when President Trump's great American comeback is now under way.

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

Notes:  The Biden clip is from the joint Biden and Harris joint interview with ABC News' David Muir and Robin Roberts that aired on Aug. 23.  Muir asked, "If you're sworn in come January, and we have coronavirus and the flu combining, which many scientists have said is a real possibility, would you be prepared to shut this country down again?"  Biden, started, "I would be prepared to do whatever it takes to save lives because we cannot get the country moving until we control the virus."  Biden made his shut it down statement in response to Muir's follow up, "So if the scientists say shut it down?"  more

The Sept. 4, 2020 press release:

New Trump Ad Contrasts President Trump's Great American Comeback with Joe Biden's Promise to Shut Down the Economy Again

On the heels of another record-breaking jobs report, President Trump's re-election campaign launched a new television ad touting the Trump Administration's historic success at rebuilding the American economy. The ad, titled 'Great American Comeback,' contrasts President Trump's efforts to safely re-open the economy with Joe Biden's plans to shut our country down again. While Joe Biden and the radical left threaten to kill countless American jobs and businesses, President Trump's administration is pioneering new ways to save American lives and prosperity.

'Great American Comeback' is part of a multi-state buy that will launch next week in North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan, as well as on national cable.