The presidential candidates released election campaign ads to fuel their political messages on who to vote and not to vote this November election.
Joe Biden’s ad captured his well-established political career as a vice-president who helped America get back on its feet in an economic turmoil after the 2008 recession. A confirmation that he can once again build this country back through the dark season this pandemic has brought. His election ad, entitled, “What happens now”, focuses on what he was able to do during those tough times. And it documents the hardships of the American people under the current President’s lack of a substantial national plan to protect them on the verge of an economic breakdown. The one-minute campaign ad concluded with lines, “what happens now, we elect a president who will build back better.”
This is just one of the enormous $280 million elections ad buy the Biden campaign unveiled on their plan to reach as much as 15 states on both the television and digital platforms. The team shared with NBC News that in Ohio, another add will be shown entitled, “Backbone” which documents the former Vice-president’s upbringing in Pennsylvania and an advertisement that describes his experience as part of a working-class family.
Trump campaign attacks Hunter Biden in latest ad push https://t.co/EGF9hysOEj— Newsweek (@Newsweek) August 21, 2020
On the Republican side of things, the incumbent President’s campaign, in an attack to Biden, who just accepted his party’s presidential nomination, released a digital ad that involves Biden’s son, Hunter, who hasn’t take part in the Democratic convention this week.
The ad contained clips from the Bidens’ 2013 trip to China, down to Hunter’s 2019 interview about his alleged business dealings in China. Joe and Hunter did not say much about the issue. The title of the ad encapsulates what the Trump administration wants the public to know about Biden’s leadership, “with Joe Biden, China is in charge.” NBC reported that Trump has publicly asked China to investigate, despite no evidence of wrongdoing, the Biden family of corruption.