President Trump is out with a new TV ad in Wisconsin saying he’s better for seniors than Dem rival Joe Biden.
The president’s campaign said it’s part of an eight-figure buy on national cable and 10 states.
According to Advertising Analytics, Biden and the groups backing him are spending nearly $6.7 million on broadcast, cable, radio and digital in Wisconsin over the next week, compared to nearly $2.7 million by the president and his supporters.
Biden and his backers have a $6.5 million spending edge between today and Election Day.
The narrator in Trump’s ad said the president has protected Social Security and Medicare, while Biden tried to cut them multiple times. The narrator also says Trump lowered prescription drug costs, while Medicare premiums fell 34 percent during his first term. Meanwhile, the “far left plan” from Biden and Kamala Harris threatens private insurance and limits choices.
“The clear choice: Donald Trump,” the narrator says.