Trump in Radio Ad: Bomb The Hell Out of ISIS

The campaign of Donald Trump for president began airing new radio ads in the early primary states – Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina as part of a $300,000 buy.

One of the 60-second ads, narrated by Trump, focuses on national security in the wake of the recent terror attacks in Paris.

“The tragic attacks in Paris proves once again that American needs to get tough on radical Islamic terrorism,” says Trump. “President Obama and other politicians have consistently failed us. It’s amazing that the United States can have a president who’s so out of touch, but it is also dangerous. Obama has no strategy to defeat ISIS and now he’s preparing to let 100 of thousands of refugees from Syria into the United States.”

“I will also quickly and decisively bomb the hell out of ISIS,” the Republican presidential frontrunner promises in the radio ad.

In a statement attached to the news release by his campaign, Trump stated, “We must address Islamic terrorism and protect our country first. I will lead by example, as I always have, by vowing to defeat ISIS, stop illegal immigration and the Syrian refugee program, secure our border and bring real change to Washington, D.C. I am the only one who can Make America Great Again.”

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