Trump Ad Shows Morocco Instead of Mexican Border
The campaign said the use of the footage was "intentional."
Donald Trump's new TV ad brings up border security.
"And he'll stop illegal immigration by building a wall on our southern border that Mexico will pay for," the ad said.
One problem: That's not the southern border. That's Morocco.
PolitiFact rated this "Pants on Fire."
But Trump's campaign says it wasn't an accident.
"TRUMP CAMPAIGN MNGR: 'No shit its not the Mexican border but thats what our country is going to look like if we don't do anything,'" NBC's Katy Tur tweeted.
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