Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton laughs at a question about her favorite world leader while speaking to the press on her plane at Chicago Midway Airport September 29, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. / AFP / Brendan Smialowski
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Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton is making "nasty" ads about him. Most of Clinton's commercials about Trump, though, merely include clips of him speaking. The Associated Press reviewed Clinton's 32 different general election ads that have aired on broadcast television and national cable and found 24 that show or mention Trump.Trump's assessment that he's not running "nasty" ads about Clinton also isn't quite right. While Trump is just starting to expand his advertising – promising at least $100 million in TV spots by Election Day – Clinton has already spent $136 million on general election spots, Kantar Media's political ad tracker shows.Hope Hicks, Trump's campaign spokeswoman, did not respond to a request for comment about why Trump characterized the Clinton ads about him as "nasty". Other Clinton ads seek to portray Trump as an unsteady leader by highlighting his comments about turning to himself and Sunday talk shows for military advice.
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