President Trump Shared a New ‘Jobs Not Mobs’ Ad ー Hillary Clinton Makes an Unflattering Cameo

President Donald Trump shared the latest “Jobs Not Mobs” advertisement, this time taking aim at presidential runner-up Hillary Clinton for her comments on civility.

The former first lady caught the ire of several conservatives, who have expressed that she doesn’t believe in being civil with those who have opposing political views.

Watch the video below:

“You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about. That’s why I believe if [Democrats] are fortunate enough to win back the House and/or the Senate, that’s when civility can start again.”

This comment followed several other similar comments by Democrats, including a comment from Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) calling for supporters to make members of the Trump administration feel unwelcome and a call from former Attorney General Eric Holder to “kick” Republicans “when they go low.”

In response to these comments, Republicans launched a “Jobs Not Mobs” slogan, contrasting the hostile comments from some on the left against a background of economic successes.

Under Trump, unemployment has plummeted to 49-year lows, and wages have gone up to the highest level in a decade, leaving American workers with more money and opportunity.

Trump took to Twitter to share the newest “Jobs Not Mobs” video, leveling Clinton for her comments.

Watch the video below:

The video shows several clips of antifa groups causing destruction during their protests and highlighted several, more serious incidents, such as the Facebook Live video that four people recorded while they were torturing a man who was mentally disabled because they believed he was a supporter of Trump.

The clip concludes with Clinton’s comments about civility.

Trump is clearly hoping this highlight reel of incivility from the left will help to turn out voters for Republican candidates in the midterm elections.

Current polls show that the Senate will likely remain in the hands of Republicans but that maintaining the House could be an uphill battle for the GOP. Voters across the country will cast their votes Tuesday.

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