New Trump campaign ad on illegal immigration slams Democrats (video)

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After senate Democrats blocked the passage of a funding bill Friday, simply because it didn’t include their desired DACA legislation, resulting in a government shutdown, the Trump administration has slammed the action as putting illegal aliens over funding for America’s military.

Saturday, on the one-year anniversary of President Trump’s inauguration, the Trump campaign released a new video ad, highlighting crimes committed by illegal aliens, stressing the need for the construction of the border wall, and called the Democrats who are putting illegal aliens first as “complicit” in every murder committed by an illegal alien in the United States.

The video ad first focuses on the case of illegal alien Luis Bracamontes, who had been deported back to Mexico multiple times, but he was back again in 2014 when he went on a shooting spree and killed two law enforcement officers. At his trial last week, Bracamontes laughed and said he wished he had killed more, and promised he would do just that when he gets out of jail.

The ad calls for the wall to be built, criminals deported and illegal immigration stopped. It shows pictures of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, and Sen. Dick Durbin, saying, “Democrats who stand in our way will be complicit in every murder committed by illegal immigrants.”

In the moving final scene, President Trump is shown at a campaign rally with Agnes Gibboney, whose son was killed by an illegal alien.

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