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It’s never too early to get un­der­way. Pres­i­dent Trump has a ro­bust re-elec­tion com­mit­tee, and it has re­leased what it bills in no un­cer­tain terms as a “cam­paign ad.” Don­ald J. Trump for Pres­i­dent Inc. re­mains ready to rum­ble, and con­tin­ues to counter the din of the hos­tile press, ca­reer politi­cians and as­sorted ri­vals. The push­back is di­rect and to the point.

“Amer­i­cans are say­ing let Pres­i­dent Trump do his job. The pres­i­dent’s en­e­mies don’t want him to suc­ceed,” de­clares the new 30-se­cond cam­paign spot re­leased Sun­day, fea­tur­ing clear facts about Mr. Trump’s ac­com­plish­ments in the eco­nomic and mil­i­tary sec­tors after 200 days in of­fice plus a mo­saic of im­ages — from Sen­ate Mi­nor­ity Leader Charles E. Schumer to MSNBC host Rachel Mad­dow and CNN an­chor Anderson Cooper, among many oth­ers.

“The main­stream me­dia con­tinue to at­tack the pres­i­dent and ca­reer politi­cians con­tinue to stand in the way of his progress. This new cam­paign ad speaks di­rectly to the Amer­i­can peo­ple and sets the record straight, re­mind­ing them that Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump will not stop fight­ing for them, and will not al­low any­one to stand in his way to de­liver suc­cess for them,” says cam­paign di­rec­tor Michael Glass­ner.

Yes, a na­tional ad buy is planned for both ca­ble news and in­ter­net sources. Ac­cord­ing to the Fed­eral Elec­tion Com­mis­sion, the com­mit­tee had raised over $15 mil­lion as of June 30.

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