Late Friday night, President Donald Trump commuted the sentence of longtime friend and advisor Roger Stone. Stone worked on Trump’s campaign in 2015 and in an informal capacity in 2016. He ran afoul of the law when he lied repeatedly to Congress about his activities with WikiLeaks and the Trump campaign. He was eventually convicted in November of seven charges.
But President Trump remained loyal to the man who remained loyal to him and commuted the sentence. While not surprising, Trump’s decision was slammed by almost everyone… except for Roger Stone.
Now, those thorns in the side of Trump have weighed in. Yes, conservative group The Lincoln Project, who seems to have creatives on standby, has weighed in with a new spot to the President’s decision.
Titled “Law and Order,” the :60-second TVC begins with Trump’s campaign promise that he is in fact a law and order candidate. The spot then links each of Trump’s felonious aides back to him. Watch below:
In a second spot, already with 1.6 million views, the Project names those in the Republican Party who have enabled Trump and his “duplicitous” decisions. It’s titled “Names.’ Watch below:
The Lincoln Project, which was launched by George Conway, the husband of President Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway.
SOURCE: The Lincoln Project