One anti-Trump Harvard law professor was sent reeling at the impact of an advertisement televised by the Trump administration—he called the ad “brilliant.”
After announcing on Sunday morning, Oct. 27, that the world’s most dangerous terrorist, head of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, had been killed in a raid, President Trump and the first lady attended the World Series Game 5 of the Nationals-Astros World Series in Washington—only to be booed by angry Democrats.

President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attend Game 5 of the MLB World Series between the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros Sunday, Oct. 27, 2019, at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. (Andrea Hanks/Official White House Photo)

Then at game seven, the final match of the World Series, the Trump administration unleashed a 30-second ad, costing around $250,000, highlighting the raid in Syria that killed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, reports the Daily Caller. The ad was posted by Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale on Wednesday night during the game, “Their caliphate destroyed. Their terrorist leader dead,” says the narrator, “But the Democrats would rather focus on impeachment and phony investigations, ignoring the real issues. But that’s not stopping Donald Trump. He’s no Mr. Nice Guy, but sometimes it takes a Donald Trump to change Washington.”

The ad was televised to the 23 million watching the final game, one night before the House took its final vote on the impeachment inquiry.

“We are 12 months out from Election Day, and we are on offense,” said Tim Murtagh, the campaign’s communications director. “President Trump continues to rack up victories on behalf of the American people, while Democrats do nothing but try to tear him down. It won’t work, and he will be re-elected.”

The significance of the ad didn’t escape Anti-Trump Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe, who called the ad “brilliant.” His tweet read, “This is what we’re up against.” He added, “This pro-Trump ad is brilliant. We need to up our game, folks!”

This is what we’re up against. This pro-Trump ad is brilliant. We need to up our game, folks!

— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) November 1, 2019

The Democrats announced on Thursday, Oct. 31, they would pursue impeachment against the president, he fought back, speaking at a Friday night rally, Nov. 1, in Tupelo, Mississippi. “Yesterday the Democrats voted to potentially nullify the votes of 63 million Americans, disgracing themselves and bringing shame upon the House of Representatives,” Trump said, referring to Thursday’s adopted House resolution that passed the rules for the impeachment inquiry. “They’ve been plotting to overthrow the election since the moment I won.”

One thing is for sure; there will be more ads from the Trump administration on the horizon. Meanwhile, there are plenty of pro-Trumpers ready with their compliments.



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