The Jeb Bush Camp May Have Found Donald Trump’s Kryptonite


On Thursday, Donald Trump signed a loyalty pledge to the Republican Party. With that signature, the fire of the renegade candidate was dampened for the first time since its inception.

The agreement is coupled with mounting charges against Trump that his conservative credentials are questionable at best. The latest attack ad is from the camp of the once presumed GOP nominee, Jeb Bush.

The Right to Rise PAC, a super PAC supporting Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign, released a video Thursday comparing Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Unfortunately for Trump, there are a good amount of similarities.

Do You Want Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton? The Ad Says ‘Flip a Coin’

The ad features a coin, with Trump on one side and Clinton on the other. With each flip we hear quote after quote of Donald Trump echoing Hillary Clinton’s liberal leanings. Each face of the coin reads “Liberal” and “In Hill We Trump.”

In the video, Donald Trump continues to be haunted by his past liberal views. We hear him say, “the economy does better under Democrats” and “I’m very pro-choice,” before he pledges his support for liberalized healthcare and raising taxes on the rich. It ends with what conservatives may consider the biggest blasphemy of the all: “I think Hillary would do a great job.”

Painting Trump as a liberal is far from new– but probably far from over. As we have noted on a few occasions, Rand Paul, Rick Perry, and Jeb Bush have used similar attacks.

According to CNN, the “highly produced” ad doesn’t currently have a television or digital ad buy behind it, but that could soon change.

Will an onslaught of ads against Trump’s conservative resume be enough to take the New York City billionaire into the ground? We will have to wait and see, but as of now, the polls don’t show it.

This article originally appeared at I Agree to See.


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