Former Pence aide says 'we will no longer be America after 4 more years of Trump'
Republican voters against Trump posted a new ad Monday afternoon featuring several former Trump administration officials who support Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
The three ex-employees - Miles Taylor, Olivia Troye, and Elizabeth Neumann - have appeared in their own ads, but this is their first video together. In it, they share their insights into President Trump with Troye, a former advisor to Vice President Mike Pence, saying that if he had taken the coronavirus "seriously, he would have saved lives," and Taylor, who once served as chief of staff to former Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, who revealed that Trump "wasn't interested in these things because they didn't benefit him personally," whether it be a cyber attack or a terrorist threat.
Neumann, a former assistant secretary for counterterrorism and threat prevention in the Department of Homeland Security, says Trump's "divisive language is indirectly linked to some of the attacks we have seen in the past two years," with his words "giving white permission" Supremacists "become violent. The ad spokesman says the three Republicans" should have seen Trump up close "and voters should" listen to their warnings, "and the video ends with Taylor warning that it is in the White House" so much worse than it looks "and Troye," We won't be Trump after four more years. "Look at the ad below.
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