DETROIT – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has launched his first television advertisement of the general election.
The advertisement is called "Two Americas: Immigration" and focuses on the different views on immigration between Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
"The campaign will spend $4.8 million to air this ad and more on television stations over the next 10 days in the battleground states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Florida," Trump's campaign announced.
You can view the ad below.
Clinton's advertisement, "Role Models," was released in July and asked, "Our children are watching, what example will we set for them?"
You can see Clinton's ad below.