As of Thursday afternoon, it had received 3.51 million views in less than 24 hours and was the "pinned" tweet atop Trump's profile, meaning it was the first thing any visitor to his Twitter page would see.
Democrats and Republicans have denounced the video as a racist campaign tactic. Jeff Flake of Arizona, a frequent Trump critic. In the past several days, Trump has claimed the caravan walking toward the southern border includes ISIS members, announced his intention to send 5K troops to the border, said he would alter the U.S. Constitution to revoke birthright citizenship with a made-up executive order, and then upped his troop estimate to 15K.
The incendiary ad released by President Trump showing a laughing illegal immigrant convicted of killing two cops falsely held the Democrats exclusively responsible for his presence in the USA, according to a report.
The man in question is Luis Bracamontes, a twice-deported Mexican immigrant who was given the death penalty earlier this year for slaying two California law enforcement officers back in 2014, according to the Sacramento Bee.
As for the new video, though, the campaign was silent Thursday and Parscale did not respond to requests for comment.
"They're dead. I don't regret that", the sneering Bracamontes says in the courtroom as "Democrats let him stay" flashes on the screen.
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It includes scenes of a migrant caravan moving toward the U.S., warning ominously, "Who else would Democrats let in?" and suggesting that more violence would soon penetrate the border. It directly blames Democrats for the murder of two police officers and it directly links this one man with thousands of people.
TV news outlets spent last night and this morning comparing the video to one used so effectively in 1988 by George H.W. Bush's camp to kneecap Dem presidential candidate Michael Dukakis. Horton, who was black, raped a woman while out of prison on a weekend furlough. As Massachusetts governor, Dukakis supported the furlough program. Mr Dukakis went on to lose to Republican George HW Bush.
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Cardenas called Trump "a despicable divider; the worse social poison to afflict our country in decades".
"This ad, and your full approval of it, will condemn you and your bigoted legacy forever in the annals of America's history books", Al Cardenas, the Florida Republican Party's former chairman, wrote on Twitter.