A new ad for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign criticizes Donald Trump, saying he’s not an acceptable role model for kids.
The ad, which was released on Thursday morning, is called “Role Models” and will in battleground states Virginia, Ohio, Colorado, New Hampshire, Iowa, Florida, Nevada and North Carolina, according to CNN.
The one-minute spot features gloomy music behind sound bites of controversial things Trump has said during his campaign. Audio of the presumptive GOP nominee saying in the old days protestors would be carried out on a stretcher, and his infamous line about being able to shoot somebody on Fifth Avenue without losing support, are prominent.
Trump’s campaign announcement referring to Mexican immigrants as “rapists” bringing crime across the border, as well as his anti-Megyn Kelly comment about “blood coming out of her eyes,” are played as video of sad-looking children rolls.
Video of Trump allegedly mocking a disabled reporter is also shown during the ad. The screen eventually fades to black and says, “Our children are watching. What example will we set for them?”
The music then picks up and features video of Clinton discussing the future of the nation’s youth.
The ad’s release is timed to a big few days for Trump, as he is scheduled to announce his running mate on Friday and the GOP convention starts on Monday in Cleveland.
Check out the ad above.