Donald Trump Is The ‘Superspreader-In-Chief’ In Republican Group’s Cutting New Ad

President Donald Trump's continued disregard of security measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus - even after contracting COVID-19 itself - has been the subject of two damn message ads from groups on both sides of the aisle.
A video released on Friday by Republican Voters Against Trump despises Trump's claim that he is "better" and perhaps now immune after being discharged from hospital on Monday after just three days of treatment.
The clip includes footage of some of the events Trump hosted during the pandemic - many of which were attended by maskless supporters - and ends with a vivid reminder of the more than 210,000 Americans who died after contracting the virus.
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The progressive PAC MeidasTouch urged voters to "get rid of" the Trump virus with its ad facing prominent Republicans who tested positive for COVID-19 after taking security measures with American workers infected with the virus have ignored. I don't have top quality medical care.
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Together, the two videos have more than 1 million social media views. However, it is unclear whether these types of viral clips (which rarely appear on TV) have any impact on swing voters.
In his first on-screen interview since his illness last week, Trump claimed on Tucker Carlson's Fox News Show Friday night that he felt "really good, really strong" and had been "drug free" for the past eight hours.
Trump avoided answering a question on whether he had been tested earlier in the day by saying, "I got tested again and I haven't even figured out numbers or anything. I'm either bottom of the scale or free."
Fearing that it could still be contagious, the president plans to hold a personal event for hundreds of guests at the White House on Saturday.
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