With Donald Trump now the presumptive GOP nominee, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton decided to tweet out a new ad aimed directly at her likely match, starring only members of the GOP. "'President Trump' is a dangerous proposition," her tweet read.
The ad questions Trump's claims of being a "unifier" of the Republican party, and literally lets the GOP, including Mitt Romney, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, answer that question with their own previously expressed opinions on Trump through a compilation of clips.
In the ad, Trump is called things like "the most vulgar person to ever aspire to the presidency" by Rubio, a "bully" by Cruz and misogynistic by Romney.
Viewers are also reminded of Trump's shining moments, like when he mocked a disabled reporter onstage at a November speech in South Carolina, and when he made a sexist remark about Fox News' Megyn Kelly and periods.
Trump also gets some voice-time in the ad, saying that he's very rich, that everybody loves him and that he pulls people together.
The ad ends with Jeb Bush saying that Trump "needs therapy."
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