It’s safe to say that this year’s election has been unlike any we’ve seen before.
The COVID panic and BLM-inspired riots have dominated the news, drowning out the typical political issues.
But President Trump is looking to change the tone of the race by spending 8-figures to focus on one of his biggest strengths:
The Trump campaign is set to release a mid-eight-figure ad buy Tuesday touting the economy during President Trump’s first term after a recent emphasis on “law and order” messaging, saying the economy is the “defining issue” of the 2020 presidential race, Fox News has learned.
A senior Trump campaign official told Fox News that the buy, worth more than $10 million, is an increase to the campaign’s existing television ad buy by more than 50%.
According to reports, the Trump campaign will spend more than $10 million on a new ad buy that will focus on the economy.
In recent months, the campaign has focused on “law and order.” As Democrats downplayed to riots and looting (even defunding the police), Trump has reminded Americans that he is the Law and Order President.
Now, as the nation comes out of COVID-sparked lockdowns, the president is shifting his focus on the economy.
Before the pandemic, America was experiencing a historic economic boom.
Unemployment was at record lows. Some experts said we had full employment. There were more jobs available than there were people looking for work.
Trump lowered taxes and brought jobs back to the country. And that’s to say nothing of our energy dominance.
The pandemic froze our economic progress. Some predicted it would take upwards of ten years to recover.
Some states made the problem worse, by locking down nearly every industry. Some states still punish their residents with forced restrictions and mandates.
But in the months since the Spring, America has added over 10 million jobs back to the economy.
Trump predicted a “V” shaped recovery. He said it is more like a rocket ship.
There is plenty he can talk about in his new ads that focus on his success before and after COVID.
Compare that to Joe Biden. He promises to force nationwide lockdowns and to raise taxes by trillions.
- President Trump’s campaign is set to spend over $10 million on a new ad buy.
- The new ads will focus on his success with the economy.
- Trump has scored major economic wins, before and after the pandemic.
Source: Fox News