Future 45 is out with two new ads that target Spanish-language voters in the hopes of convincing Latino voters they should not support the Democratic nominee.
The group’s president, Brian Baker, said in a statement that the ads hope to paint Hillary Clinton as a “political chameleon.”
The first ad, titled “Hillary Says,” opens with the narrator saying, “Hillary Clinton says she’s a friend of ours. Is it because she needs our votes? A friend would not say this,” followed by old clips of Clinton emphasizing her opposition to illegal immigration.
The other ad, titled “Illegal Words,” similarly plays clips of Clinton’s rhetoric from 2008. “Listening to the Hillary of yesterday, we can’t trust the Hillary of today,” the narrator says closing out the ad.
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