TIME 2016 Election

Anti-Donald Trump Ad Hits South Carolina Listeners With a Slew of His Expletives

Republican Presidential Candidates Debate In Greenville, South Carolina
Spencer Platt—Getty Images Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump participates in a CBS News GOP Debate Feb.13, in Greenville, S.C.

The ad is by the super PAC supporting Jeb Bush

A new pro-Jeb Bush radio ad airing in South Carolina targets Donald Trump as a candidate who lacks presidential qualities and praises Bush as a serious leader with deep faith.

The ad, run by the super PAC supporting Bush, includes several clips of Trump spewing expletives.

“As South Carolina prepares to cast a crucial vote for President, you must ask yourself: is Trump the man we want as our president?” the ad says. “Is this the type of man we want our children exposed to?”

Bush has been pulling out all the stops in South Carolina, bringing in brother and former president George W. Bush to campaign with him at a Monday event in the state, where Trump still leads his opponents in polls ahead of Saturday’s primary.

Listen to the ad by the Right to Rise super PAC below.

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