The Republican National Committee has released a broadside against Hillary on the eve of the first Democrat presidential debate with a new ad attacking Hillary for her constant stream of false statements about her email scandal.
RNC chairman Reince Priebus tweeted out the new video, saying, “Ahead of the #DemDebate, this is the video Hillary doesn’t want you to see.”
The ad ends with the stern warning: “Hillary Clinton is not telling us the truth…again.”
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In the latest reports about Hillary’s email scandal, Politico revealed that the number of emails containing classified information has “doubled,” with the latest estimates numbering upward to 400 emails. All this despite Hillary’s bald-faced claims that she never sent any classified information from her unsecure, private email service.
Hillary’s email server was a constant target of hackers from Russia, China, and even South Korea and Germany as enemies and spies attempted to gain access to American secrets.
This isn’t the first time that the GOP has created an ad to target Hillary’s long list of false statements. In April, the Party put out a video ad titled “Stop Hillary” that featured a series of false statements made by the Democrat frontrunner.
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But the email scandal in particular may be taking a toll on Hillary’s campaign for the Democrat nomination. The former Secretary of State’s poll numbers continue to fall among Democrat voters. The most recent poll ahead of Tuesday’s Democrat debate shows that Clinton has experienced a 10 point slide in the last week alone.
Between October 4 and October 9, Clinton’s support tumbled from 51 percent among likely Democrat voters to just 41 percent.
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