Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump dropped an ad against Democrat front-runner Hilary Clinton this Tuesday afternoon that shockingly included his former arch-nemesis, Fox News host Megyn Kelly, with whom he repeatedly feuded during the primary elections.
Near the end of the new Hillary attack ad, the host could be heard asking the sister of Glen Doherty, who died during the 2012 attack on the Benghazi consulate in Libya, a question about the former secretary of state.
“So she did say to you that the Benghazi attack was caused by protests?” she asked.
“Absolutely,” Doherty’s sister replied, after which the sound of Clinton laughing maniacally thundered across the screen.
“I don’t know why that’s funny,” Rep. Martha Roby could then be heard saying to Clinton during a Benghazi hearing that occurred in October of last year.
Right before the video ended, the words “Never Forget” flashed across the page.
To see the ad in full, please watch the video below:
The ad also included a clip of Clinton of herself blaming the attack on an “awful Internet video.”
“We’ve seen rage and violence directed at American embassies over an awful Internet video,” she said during a ceremony for the victims at Andrews Air Force Base recorded three days after their deaths.
Last but not least, the video included a clip of Patricia Smith, mother of Benghazi victim Sean Smith, bluntly saying, “She lied to me.”
The purpose of this attack ad ought to be pretty clear. It is to expose Hillary Clinton as a liar who cared more about propping up her phony image as a “successful” secretary of state than she did about uncovering the truth about Benghazi.
And like the attack ad itself said, Americans must “never forget” this about her, lest they make the mistake of one day putting this vile woman into the White House.
H/T BizPac Review
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