Republican group new ad Fox News reveals King Trump’s legal shell game

Republican group’s devastating new ad on Fox News reveals ‘King’ Trump’s legal shell game

President Trump wearing a crown

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The Republicans for the Rule of Law are calling out Trump in a new ad, and they are running it in a spot where he is sure to catch a glimpse: Fox News.

The ad starts, “Our nation’s founders fought a war to get rid of a king,” and goes on to warn, “No one is above the law, and no one gets special treatment.”

An anti-Trump ad on Fox News

Cartoon television with the Fox News logo on the screen

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To get the ad made, Republicans for the Rule of Law partnered with Protect Democracy, a nonpartisan group. They put the spot up on shows like “Tucker Carlson Tonight” and “Hannity.”

In a joint statement, the two groups defined the purpose of the new ad saying it was needed because Trump acts like he has “unlimited power.”

Watch the video:

One of many

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The Republicans for Rule of Law ad is just the latest in many anti-Trump ads to make the rounds. While it is true that not all of them have found their way to Fox News, some still manage to get the President’s attention.

The Lincoln Project, a never-Trump group formed by George Conway and other Republicans, earned a Twitter tantrum when they released this ad:

The Recount’s coronavirus calendar

Trump standing at a podium

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A “political media brand” called The Recount,  went after Trump’s lackadaisical approach to the coronavirus crisis. It covers the early days of the pandemic and is a compilation of the President’s theories and hunches.

Social media wasted no time in making this devastating anti-Trump ad go viral.

Are you having a laugh?

The Daily Show delivers a Trump that will make you smile

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Even the late night hosts get in on the anti-Trump fun. The Daily Show put together a hilarious video of all the mumblings and mispronunciations Trump has uttered in his coronavirus press briefings. This collection may be enough to get voters to pull the lever for a more eloquent candidate.

The ad that had the Trump team threatening legal action

Angry Emoji on a smart phone screen

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In just 30 seconds, the Democratic super PAC Priorities USA manages to tell such a powerful tale, Team Trump was crying for its lawyers.

This viral ad condemns Trump for downplaying the virus and even calling it a hoax which led to the eventual deaths of over 80,000 people.

Priority number one? Golf.

Donald Trump on a golf course leaning on a club.

Flickr / The White House

this timeline of Trump’s actions leading up to the coronavirus crisis was put together by The Other 98%.

Spoiler alert! There is a lot of golfing:

Trump's Corona Timeline

Posted by The Other 98% on Thursday, April 2, 2020

Painting a picture with charts

Chart showing the spread of coronavirus

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Ex-Fox reporter and Front Page Live co-founder, Carl Cameron, slammed Trump’s “hunch”-based approach in this video. Using a few shocking charts, Cameron is able to highlight the stark differences between President Trump’s handling of the pandemic and that of NY Governor Cuomo.

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