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America First Policies to start a $3 million ad campaign for Trump


2017-04-17 04:09:59
The election is over and Trump was elected president, but rallies to gain support continue. A pro-Trump group America First Policies is set to start a $3m ad campaign to strengthen the support for the new health care bill that was set to fail the last time around.

According to Washington Post, the group is run by Trump campaign veterans and this $3 million ad campaign is a gesture of appreciation to Trump and Trump's friends in the chamber, and a way to encourage also other House Republicans to get behind the revival of the new health-care legislation.

The $3 million campaign money will be divided between 12 Republicans for them to help promote the bill via broadcast, digital and social media.

The 12 Republicans are: David Schweikert (Ariz.), Brian Mast (Fla.), Rob Wittman (Va.), Gary Palmer (Ala.), Michael R. Turner (Ohio), Martha McSally (Ariz.), Jeff Duncan (S.C.), Tom Graves (Ga.), Scott R. Tipton (Colo.), Thomas Garrett (Va.), David Joyce (Ohio), and Keith Rothfus (Pa.).

America First Policies is an influential group from outside the administration, but with close ties to the president.




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