The well-funded Republican super-PAC,Our Principles PAC, is intensifying its assault on GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump, preparing to hit the airwaves in New Hampshire and Iowa. By the time its anti-Trump campaign is done, Our Principles PAC will get its messages before nearly every Republican voter in both Iowa, New Hampshire and South Caroliana, founder Katie Packer said Thursday in a telephone interview with The Hill. "This is new money," she said when asked whether this campaign should be counted within the more than $1 million of anti-Trump ads already disclosed to the Federal Election Commission by her super-PAC.
A larger but undisclosed amount is being used to run a new ad that targets Trump's contradictory stances on immigration. Showing he supported "amnesty" before flipping to a tougher stance, the ad reinforces the group's previous attacks on Trump's past liberal positions through digital ads, radio and direct mail. Packer, who was deputy campaign manager for Republican nominee Mitt Romney during the 2012 presidential race, says her super-PAC has another "seven-figure" buy planned in New Hampshire. She would not disclose the super-PAC's donors, (the Ricketts family), and said she felt compelled to establish a new group to take on Trump because the GOP establishment has been unwilling to do so.
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