One of its hard-hitting ads spliced together clips of Clinton denying ever sending classified information via her private email with clips of Bill Clinton denying having sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky while president. Another ad intimated that Hillary Clinton doesn’t think women who have accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct should be believed.
This week, Rebuilding America Now continued its tough anti-Clinton tack in multiple new ads, while also launching its first positive, pro-Trump spot.
Officials with Rebuilding America Now told CNN on Monday that the new ads were part of a multimillion-dollar advertising campaign now underway. Some of this new ad buy will be focused on the presidential battleground states of Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, according to the Washington Post. Others will air on national cable — the distribution method of choice for the super PAC so far.
Clinton’s campaign and Priorities USA Action — her well-funded super PAC supporter — have aired more than 60,000 ads since June 8, according to a Center for Public Integrity review of data provided by ad tracking firm Kantar Media/CMAG.
Pro-Trump groups, meanwhile, have aired fewer than 3,000 ads during the same period — with Rebuilding America Now accounting for fewer than 200 of them.
Trump’s own campaign has not aired a single TV ad since early May, when he won the Indiana primary and all-but-clinched the GOP presidential nomination.