Video of cop killer becomes Trump campaign push

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The video tweeted by Mr Trump did not immediately appear to be running on television - it has a runtime longer than most TV ads - although it received extensive coverage on cable news networks.

The new video blames Democrats for letting Bracamontes into the USA and allowing the undocumented immigrant to stay in the country.

It shows a man in a courtroom who is bragging about having murdered policemen, and also shows him claiming that if he gets the chance he will do it again.

The White House and the Trump campaign did not immediately respond to requests for comments as to who made or paid for the video or if any tax dollars were used to run it from the President's account.

On the same day Trump tweeted the Bracamotes video, he also posted a similar campaign-ad styled video on his Twitter feed with a hashtag #JOBSNOTMOBS.

Many recalled the infamous "Willie Horton" campaign ad from the 1988 presidential election between George H.W. Bush and Democrat Michael Dukakis.

President Donald Trump launched an ad Wednesday warning Americans of violent crime, not from the extremists who shot up a synagogue or mailed bombs in the past week, but a crime committed by an undocumented immigrant four years ago.

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Horton was a convicted murderer who went on a crime spree while on furlough from prison under a program supported by Dukakis, then governor of MA.

Dukakis supported the furlough program.

With only a few days left until the midterm election, Donald Trump has stepped up his anti-immigration, fear-mongering, polarizing tactics with a blatantly racist new ad that even has some conservatives finally saying he's gone too far. 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.

Meanwhile, CNN reports that Republican Sen.

But Bracamontes was first deported during the Clinton administration and later slipped back into the USA during the George W. Bush administration, according to federal documents obtained by the Sacramento Bee. Jeff Flake of Arizona, a frequent Trump critic.

"Who else would Democrats let in?" the text now asks while flashing back to Bracamontes' evil grin.

"This is distracting, divisive Donald at his worst", said Tom Perez, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, while appearing on Cuomo Prime Time. CBS News is not posting the video here because of the language used.