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Trump campaign springs into action after Biden's ‘You ain't black' gaffe

1 day ago   |   By New York Post

President Trump's re-election campaign sprang into action after presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden's “You ain't black” gaffe on Friday - launching a massive digital ad blitz, sending talking points to “surrogates” and printing up a T-shirt, according to an e-mail obtained by the Daily Caller. The email from campaign manager Brad Parscale to his staff...
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Team Trump plans $1M ad blitz after Biden's 'you ain't black' stumble

Team Trump plans $1M ad blitz after Biden's 'you ain't black' stumble

1 day ago   |   By Politico

Donald Trump's reelection campaign is launching a $1 million digital ad blitz aimed at capitalizing on Joe Biden's inflammatory remark that African American voters “ain't black” if they're considering voting for the president.
The Trump campaign is planning to run a video montage highlighting Biden's Friday morning comment on “The Breakfast Club,” a popular black radio program. It will also air an ad focusing on Biden's support for the 1994 crime bill which, the ad says, resulted in mass incarceration and “destroyed millions of black lives.”
Biden set off a firestorm Friday morning when he...
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