The thesis of the ad is that Congress, the media, and, well, basically the entire swamp is doing everything possible to stop President Trump from implementing his agenda.
A new television ad unveiled Sunday by President Donald Trump's campaign accuses "the president's enemies" of trying to undermine his success in office.
As The Hill pointed out, the Trump administration "lacks a major legislative achievement almost seven months into his presidency, however, despite Republican control of both chambers of Congress". But fear not, white supremacists, Republicans, and #MAGA fans, because according to the worst-timed political ad campaign in history, "President Trump's plan is working!"
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Vance Worley was in for the first four innings and gave up eight hits for Miami including the Rockies' three runs. Marlins RF Giancarlo Stanton leads the majors with 19 go-ahead homers, which is also a franchise record.
The ad then highlights Trump's successes including a million new jobs, the lowest unemployment rate since 2001, the stock market at an all-time high and "the strongest military in decades".
Senate Republicans last month failed to fulfill long-standing campaign promises to repeal and replace ObamaCare.
Everyone, it seems, is after Donald Trump.
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His comments come amid growing tensions between the United States and the rogue nation - over its nuclear program. In response, Mr Trump said North Korea should expect "big, big trouble" if anything happened to Guam.
In addition to the campaign ad, Trump's team has stepped up the number of emails encouraging supporters to stand with the president.
But, the narrator claims: "The president's enemies don't want him to succeed".
The president's team also sent out a survey asking American voters what they thought about the immigration bill, while another email encouraged people to buy Trump-branded goods described as "special election gear".
FBI Opens Civil Rights Investigation in Car-Ramming Incident
White nationalists were protesting the city's decision to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee, when they clashed with counter-protesters who also showed up.