RNC spends $9M for final battleground TV ads on health care

RNC spends $  9M for final battleground TV ads on health care

그만큼 Republican National Committee plans to spend an additional $ 9 백만 의 위에 battleground-state TV ads warning that 민주주의 presidential candidate Joe Biden’s 보건 의료 plan would hurt senior citizens, Fox News는 배웠습니다.

The 30-second spot, 제목 “Noise,” is set to run in 애리조나, 아이오와, 미시간, 노스 캐롤라이나위스콘신, the committee told Fox. The advertisement focuses on what it says are the consequences of the proposal from President Trump’s opponent.

RNC TO SPEND $ 25M ON TV ADS IN BATTLEGROUND STATES IN FINAL STRETCH TO ELECTION DAY

The narrator, a senior White man, tells viewers that the so-called Bidencare would lead to hospitals shuttering, put Medicare at risk and give benefits to 불법 이민자.

The RNC said its data shows that the majority of American seniors oppose giving free benefits to illegal immigrants and that the ads are designed to cut throughthe noiseto inform voters that 트럼프 대통령 is the only candidate who will protect the Medicare system.

The advertisement directs Americans to the website SeniorsBeware.com which lists other potential pitfalls of the plan from 바이든 and running mate Sen. 카말라 해리스, including a hefty price tag, ㅏ tax increase and the elimination of private health insurance.

The sources cited inNoiseinclude The Heritage Foundation, NBC, 뉴욕 타임즈, and a memorable moment from the June 27, 2019 debate during which all Democratic candidates raised their hands in favor of providing care for illegal immigrants.

“Instead of protecting access to health care choices and promoting quality care for seniors, Joe Biden is instead focused on giving free benefits to illegal immigrants,” RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel 폭스 뉴스에 말했다. “President Trump has strengthened Medicare and fought to deliver greater security, affordability and transparency to our health care system, and the RNC will continue to aggressively expose this contrast in the final week of the campaign.”

The RNC said it wouldn’t allowbaselessattacks from Democratswho have made health care a top issue during the deadly COVID-19 pandemicto go unanswered.

Speaking at the final presidential debate last week, the two septuagenarian candidates sparred over the issue, with the president repeating once more that he’dlike to terminate ObamaCare” 그리고 그 “pre-existing conditions will always staycovered.

The administration is currently spearheading a challenge to the health care law at the 대법원, and the president campaigned heavily on repealing and replacing ObamaCare in 2016.

Former Vice President Joe Biden, 권리, spars with President Donald Trump during the second and final presidential debate on Thursday, 10 월. 22, 2020. (AP Photo/Morry Gash, 풀)

Former Vice President Joe Biden, 권리, spars with President Donald Trump during the second and final presidential debate on Thursday, 10 월. 22, 2020. (AP Photo/Morry Gash, 풀)

Biden has said his plan, which incorporates progressive ideas and reflects the popularity of a Medicare-for-all push during the Democratic primaries, 의지 “cost some moneybut also make health careaffordable.

Biden denied that he would eliminate private insurance and pushed back on the president.

He’s been promising a health care plan since he got elected. He has none,” said Biden.

The former vice president’s campaign website pledges to protect supporters by defending and building on the Obama-era Affordable Care Act using a public health option like Medicare, extending coverage, shielding 낙태 rights, giving middle-class families a premium tax credit and standing up to drug companies abuse of power.

바이든, who has a loosely constructed plan to fight the coronavirus pandemic that has killed almost 230,000 미국인, has repeatedly accused Trump of lacking a cohesive strategy, a claim the president has dismissed.

While White House chief of staff Mark Meadows told CNN Sunday that the U.S. 이다 “not going to control the pandemic,” he said it wouldcontrol the fact that we get vaccines, therapeutics, and other mitigation areas.

At the debate, the president promised again that a vaccine is around the corner and, in rallies since, he has pledged a return to the normal routines of pre-pandemic life.

그만큼 Promises Keptsection of Trump’s campaign website, meanwhile, includes repealing ObamaCare’s individual health care-coverage mandate, signing a six-year extension of the Children’s Health Insurance Program to fund care for nine million children, combatting the opioid crisis and approving the largest number of generic drugs in history.

The RNC’s $ 9 million ad buy is part of a $ 25 million television campaign. 지난주, the committee spent $ 14 million more on similar messaging to seniors.

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President Trump has been aggressively targeting battleground voters over the past week, banking on a path to victory through the Rust Belt or Sun Belt.

이상 69 million Americans have already voted across the country — a figure that’s nearly half of the total votes counted four years ago.

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