President Trump is “no Mr. Nice Guy,” according to a new pro-Trump ad which highlights the numerous things the president has been able to achieve in his first three years of his presidency.
“Changing Washington. Creating 6 million new jobs. 500,000 manufacturing jobs. Cutting illegal immigration in half. Obliterating ISIS. Third Caliphate destroyed. Terrorist leader dead. But Democrats would rather focus on impeachment instead,” the ad says.
“But that’s not stopping Donald Trump,” the ad continues. “He’s no Mr. Nice Guy, but sometimes it takes a Donald Trump to change Washington.”
The ad was initially aired during Game 7 of the World Series, Twitchy reports, but in case you missed it, give it a watch below:
Game 7 World Series ad, 1 year out. #WeAreComing and fighting for the forgotten Americans.
"He's no Mr. Nice Guy, but sometimes it takes a Donald Trump to change Washington." pic.twitter.com/DSqh6RpaGt
— Brad Parscale (@parscale) October 31, 2019
The ad’s contrast between Trump and the Democratic Party has anti-Trump Harvard professor Laurence Tribe claiming it is “brilliant.”
“We need to up our games, folks,” he added.
This is what we’re up against. This pro-Trump ad is brilliant. We need to up our game, folks!https://t.co/LKNl72vh4M
— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) November 1, 2019
Check out these responses:
— JusConsider (@JusConsider) November 2, 2019
@tribelaw nails it. RNC has tons more $ than DNC. Ds better get their act together. And soon. First step: Selecting a nominee that has a chance of beating T in the critical counties in the critical states. And, sorry, that's not Warren or Bernie or Pete. https://t.co/vFK5dn8PhB
— legalnerd (@alegalnerd) November 2, 2019
The Dems better up their game. https://t.co/Nx89ZrcW3w
— uche obi (@JustCallMeUche) November 1, 2019
Not all people agreed with Tribe’s assessment though:
1. We do need to up our game.
2. The ad is not brilliant and it's unwise for you to say it is.
— Ellyn (@egayle333) November 1, 2019
thats not "brilliant" by any standard i've ever used the term. It may be 'effective'? maybee… for those who are gullible enough to not look under the hood.
— RED HEADED STEPCHILD (@stevebr99361175) November 1, 2019
Brilliant for dummies
— Norma (@NormaNorma291) November 2, 2019