Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is launching a new TV ad in Wisconsin that focuses on the unrest in Kenosha and his response to it.
The Trump campaign said new spots in Wisconsin and Minnesota are part of a multi-state buy aimed at early voting states. But it didn’t provide details on how much it was spending on the ad, where it was running or how long it would be on the air.
The spot opens with the narrator saying “Lawless criminals terrorize Kenosha. Joe Biden takes a knee.”
The spot goes on to say the “weak response” from Biden and the “radical left” has led to chaos and violence as the vice president is shown on the screen between pictures of Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The narrator says Trump is “making it stop” by sending in National Guard and federal law enforcement “to protect Wisconsin’s families.”
“Communities, not criminals. Jobs, not mobs,” the narrator says to close the ad. “Strong leadership when America needs it most.”