Donald Trump’s campaign on Monday released a new ad that contrasts his economic plan with Hillary Clinton’s. This ad, their second for the general election, will run on broadcast and cable in Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Florida, New Hampshire, Iowa, Nevada, Virginia and Colorado.

“Mr. Trump’s positive message of economic opportunity is working and we see the national and battleground state polls all moving in the right direction. With Hillary Clinton dodging the media and off the campaign trail almost entirely this week, continuing to take many communities’ votes for granted, we see this as the right time to show voters the benefits of an American economy under the leadership of Mr. Trump,” Jason Miller, senior communications advisor to Trump, said in a released statement.

Transcript:

VOICEOVER: “In Hillary Clinton’s America: The middle class gets crushed…”

VO: “Spending goes up…”

VO: “Taxes go up…”

VO: “Hundreds of thousands of jobs disappear.”

VO: “It’s more of the same—but worse.”

VO: “In Donald Trump’s America:”

VO: “Working families get tax relief.”

VO: “Millions of new jobs created.”

VO: “Wages go up.”

VO: “Small businesses thrive.”

VO: “The American dream achievable. Change that makes America great again.”

VO: “Donald Trump for President.”

DONALD TRUMP: “I’m Donald Trump, and I approve this message.”

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