SEE IT! Trump Ad Starring Michelle Obama So Powerful That Hillary’s Taking LEGAL Action To Remove…

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

Michelle Obama is out campaigning for Hillary Clinton and on the surface it looks like they are best friends but in reality, that’s not the case. During the 2007 primaries, Michelle implied that if Hillary can’t manage to keep her husband Bill from screwing anything with a pulse, how could she possibly run our country?

It was brutal. Now, Trump has released an ad that has the Hillary camp furious and they are demanding that it be removed!

According to BuzzFeed News, the Clinton campaign has sent cease and desist letters to at least four local television stations in Florida demanding they stop running an ad paid for by a pro-Trump Super PAC featuring First Lady Michelle Obama — even as the PAC is expanding its ad campaign in North Carolina.

The ad, titled “Can’t Run Her House,” is being run through the Defeat Crooked Hillary PAC, a subsidiary of the Make America Number 1 PAC, which is backing Trump’s campaign. It features footage of Obama speaking during the 2008 campaign, including an apparent swipe interpreted by some to be a reference to Clinton, who at the time was locked in an ugly primary fight with Obama’s husband. “One of the important aspects of this race is role-modeling what good families should look like. And my view is, if you can’t run your own house, you certainly can’t run the White House. You can’t do it,” the first lady is shown saying.

At the time of Michelle Obama’s remarks, Barack Obama denied that they were meant to be taken as a swipe at Clinton.

Check it out!

YouTube video courtesy of Defeat Crooked Hillary

Michelle Obama doesn’t trust Hillary Clinton.

Doesn’t sound like much of an endorsement.

God Bless.

VOTE FOR DONALD TRUMP AND TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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