FIRST AIRED: October 27, 2016

Nice work! Enjoy the show!


You’re busy. We get it.

Stay on top of the news with our Editor’s Picks newsletter.

US Edition
Intl. Edition
Unsubscribe at any time. One click, it’s gone.

Thanks for signing up!



>> Will it be the one respected around the world? Or, the one who frightens our allies?>> She's ahead in the polls but a barrage of new campaign ads flooding the airwaves in battleground states are making it clear, Hillary Clinton has no intention of coasting to the finish line.
>> A woman who spent her life helping children and families.>> Clinton saturating TV markets and battlegrounds, Florida, Ohio and North Carolina fueled by a record money haul in September. Ginger Gibson is on the story.>> Hillary Clinton's campaign has said all along that they're not going to take this as an easy victory and they're going to keep fighting.
And, we see that with advertising in swing states and states that they newly think can be made competitive. Clinton is launching very critical ads, the latest from a former Bush and Obama appointee criticizing how Donald Trump would handle ISIS.>> When someone makes a comment that they know more about the Islamic State or ISIL than do the generals, it implies a complete ignorance of the reality.
>> These are attacks that are resonating likely with voters who are both moderate and Republican.>> Make America great again.>> In contrast, Donald Trump has been running far fewer ads. While his campaign announced Tuesday that he was all done with top dollar donations.>> Hilary Clinton is outspending Trump possibly by a three to one margin.
Her campaign did something very smart that we saw the Obama campaign do in 2012. They reserved their advertising that time months in advance. This means, they got a better price than Trump who waited until the last minute to book commercial space.>> And the fact show.>> Clinton trying to build her lead over Trump to make a case for a mandate if she can finish far enough ahead of her rival, but also to try and generate enough of a coattail effect to give Democrats majority control of the Senate.
And at least narrow or Republican advantage in the House of Representatives.>> I'm Hillary Clinton and I approve this message.