Fox News reports:
President Trump’s reelection campaign is taking to the TV airwaves starting Sunday as it launches its first major ad blitz of the 2020 general election. The campaign will spend seven figures to run the spots nationwide for a week, Fox News confirmed on Thursday.
The commercials are expected to tout the president’s performance steering the federal government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and his efforts to restart America’s economy.
The Trump campaign’s blitz comes as the president has seen his overall job approval ratings and his numbers on how he’s handling the coronavirus crisis edge down in recent weeks — and as the latest national and key battleground state surveys show him trailing Biden in general election matchups.
Donald Trump has finally put “America first.”
America has the most coronavirus cases.
America has the most coronavirus deaths.
26 million Americans have lost their jobs.
Donald Trump is failing America. pic.twitter.com/Me625uPqeQ
— Priorities USA (@prioritiesUSA) April 28, 2020