WATCH: President Trump campaign releases first re-election ad

The video bashes Democrats and the media and celebrates Trump's achievements.

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August 14, 2017 10:20

PRESIDENT TRUMP'S REELECTION CAMPAIGN AD (COURTESY: DONALD J. TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT)

PRESIDENT TRUMP'S REELECTION CAMPAIGN AD (COURTESY: DONALD J. TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT)

 
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President Donald Trump's re-election campaign released a 30-second ad slamming Democrats, the media and career politicians for "standing in the way of success."

In the midst of heavy criticism for his response to the violent white supremacist gathering in Charlottesville and rising tensions overseas, the President's first re-election video lists his achievements.

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"President Trump's plan is working," the video claims. "One million jobs created. More Americans working than ever before."

 

As Trump continues to exchange threats with North Korea and now Venezuela, the video also pays tribute to the military, stating that the United States has "the strongest military in decades."

"The President's enemies don't want him to succeed," the ad concludes. "But Americans are saying, 'Let President Trump do his job.'"

According to a Gallop poll published Sunday, 36 percent of Americans approve of the president's job performance while 59% disapprove.




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