A Democrat Super PAC has announced a $5 Million dollar effort to attack President Trump over his Coronavirus response.
A Democratic super PAC said Tuesday it would spend $5 million on digital advertising flaying President Trump for his response to the novel coronavirus, one of several groups that planned to devote resources to this type of messaging.
The campaign from Pacronym — a political action committee affiliated with the nonprofit group Acronym — represents the first major pivot to coronavirus-related advertising fewer than 250 days from the election.
It is a bet that the pandemic, which is also causing a deep economic downturn, will be the defining issue of the campaign.
“This is a public health issue and a national security issue, but it’s also a public policy issue and thus a political one,” said Tara McGowan, the founder and chief executive of Acronym, whose board includes veteran Democratic operatives like David Plouffe, who managed Barack Obama’s 2008 bid.
Coronavirus is going to be the issue of the 2020 election. Trump winning in 2020 is going to simply come down to how he handles this crisis. So far he has shown great foresight and an ability to mitigate what could be a much worse situation. Democrats are going to target swing states with these ads and hope they could stop President Trump.
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