Republicans release anti-Hillary Clinton ad

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The Republican National Committee is releasing a second digital ad targeting Hillary Clinton in advance of her second campaign trip to South Carolina. Clinton will be in Charleston on Wednesday.

The 30-second GOP ad targets Clinton for “her clunky rollout and how she’s dishonest, out-of-touch, and untrustworthy.”

“The ad is part of a campaign by the RNC to target and recruit voters who want to Stop Hillary Clinton,” promotional material says.

The ads are slated to run in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada when Clinton travels to those states.

“Hillary Clinton’s latest campaign reset won’t change a thing. She still refuses to answer the serious questions surrounding her finances, her family foundation, and her secret email server,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus.

Clinton’s South Carolina campaign, meanwhile, issued a status update that included assembling 2,484 signed commit to vote cards, and 120 grassroots campaign events, including 59 phone banks.

“What she said basically was put families first and if you do that and if you do what’s right for families the rest of it will follow,” said Clinton supporter Jane Pulling of Pinopolis.

The Clinton campaign has not confirmed where her Charleston appearance will be but it is expected to have a college education theme.

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