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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following information published by WASHINGTONEXAMINER.COM:

A group led by conservative activist David Bossie is expanding an ad campaign pushing Democrats in districts won by President Trump to vote against impeachment.

Seven House members are targeted in ads launched Monday, Bossie told the Washington Examiner, expanding an ad campaign the group launched last month.

The article goes on to state the following:

“They know they can’t compete, so they try to impeach,” the video ads say, after a montage promoting Trump’s accomplishments. Text accompanying the digital ads urges viewers to call the target’s congressional office.

If all of the 31 House Democrats from districts Trump won in 2016 vote against impeachment, “Trump would avoid becoming the third president impeached,” the Examiner reports.

Bossie said his group, Presidential Coalition, will spend $10,000 against each Democrat as they continue to target “these vulnerable Democrat congressmen and women” to make sure “they feel the pain.”

The ads will mostly run on Facebook and the targets include  Arizona Rep. Tom O’Halleran, Iowa Rep. Cindy Axne, Michigan Rep. Haley Stevens, Minnesota Rep. Collin Peterson, Pennsylvania Rep. Matt Cartwright, Pennsylvania Rep. Conor Lamb, and Wisconsin Rep. Ron Kind.

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