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RNC Releases New Video: “We Can’t Afford A Clinton Presidency”

- August 9, 2016

WASHINGTON – Today the Republican National Committee (RNC) released “We Can’t Afford A Clinton Presidency,” a new video highlighting how Hillary Clinton will only extend President Obama’s disastrous domestic and foreign policy agenda which America can no longer afford.  

“Under President Obama, America has suffered a decline in prosperity and security. A Hillary Clinton presidency would only mean a third term of failure, with an economy stuck in neutral, the growth of ISIS around the world, and a liberal Supreme Court,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. “The time is now to elect Donald Trump president so we can grow wages and jobs, stop radical Islamic terrorism, and ensure a bright future for our families and our freedoms.” 

See the accompanying briefing from RNC Research here.

Watch the video here.

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