Factory Owner Exposes Donald Trump Outsourcing Scheme In New Clinton TV Ad
In a new television ad featuring a New England factory, the Hillary Clinton campaign criticizes Donald Trump for outsourcing his clothing lines while claiming that he wants to “make America great again.”
Robert Kidder, the owner of an American shirt factory in Massachusetts, which was founded in 1883, explains in the ad titled “Shirts” as he criticizes Donald Trump for choosing to make his clothes overseas.
“Donald Trump’s brand of shirts come from China, his suits from Mexico, his coats from India,” Kidder says in the ad. “Trump’s products have been made in 12 other countries because he says there’s no place in America that he can make them.”
He adds: “Well, there is. You know, Donald Trump says he’ll make America great again while he’s taking the shirts right off our backs.”
According to the Clinton campaign, the 30-second spot will begin airing this week and is part of a “previously announced broadcast buy in Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania.”
Take a look at the spot below and share your thoughts in the comments section.