The anti-Clinton Super PAC Future45 is out with a new series of ads titled, “Pay My Foundation.” The ad is part of a $1 million online campaign targeting millennials in battleground states.
The 60-second ad depicts Hillary Clinton in a rap video with lyrics that are based on the pay-for-play allegations between the Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton’s State Department.
“Pay my foundation for the keys to the nation,” the song begins.
“Money, money, money, you keep it gushin’. Don’t care if you’re Arab, Wall Street or Russian,” the rap continues as a Clinton look-alike is shown dancing around money.
The 30-second version of the ad, “Pay My Foundation II: Cable News Remix,” continues the rap theme, but uses different media figures talking about the Clinton Foundation and allegations of pay-for-play.
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