Gilmore for America, LLC
:30 ad run on NBC in IA, NH and SC from Nov. 27, 2015.
Former Gov. Jim Gilmore: Obama and Clinton just don't get it. These are radical Islamic terrorists.
We can’t trust our safety to Washington politicians--- or inexperienced amateurs. I was in Army Intelligence, chairman of a terrorism commission that warned about a possible attack before 9/11, and Governor during 9/11. I’m not a Washington politician or an amateur. As President I will defeat ISIS and keep you safe.
I'm Jim Gilmore and I authorized this message.
Notes: The campaign's first ad
focuses on the threat of ISIS. Compare Huckabee,
Kasich. The ad is
a result of an agreement between several of the Republican campaigns
and NBC after they requested equal time following Donald Trump's
Nov. 8, 2015 appearance on NBC's "Saturday Night Live."
The campaign press release...
Gilmore commercial warning about
terrorism begins airing on NBC
Richmond, VA -- Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore today began airing a television spot on stations in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Iowa as a result of an agreement with NBC that came about after the network gave free television time to Donald Trump when he appeared as a host Saturday Night Live earlier this month.
Gilmore states in the ad: "We can’t trust our safety to Washington politicians--- or inexperienced amateurs. I was in Army Intelligence, chairman of a terrorism commission that warned about a possible attack before nine eleven. And. Governor during 9/11. I’m not a Washington politician or an amateur. As President I will defeat ISIS. And, keep
you safe. "
about fairness," said Gilmore, a candidate for the Republican
presidential nomination. "NBC allowed Trump to appear in a
non-news setting and that is a violation of the fairness doctrine where
other candidates are concerned. I am grateful to NBC for
recognizing their responsibility and providing us the time to air our
about the terrorism threat facing America."
Trump appeared on Saturday Night Live for 12 minutes and 5 seconds and NBC is providing Gilmore, and several other candidates who requested, 12 minutes of 30 seconds of air time on stations in the three early
caucus and primary states.
Gilmore said his campaign will air a .30 second ad called "Trust" 25 times on 18 stations in the three states over the next several days.
commercial opens with photos of ISIS terrorists on the march and warns
that President Obama and Hillary Clinton are failing to protect America.