Breitbart News has learned that the President of the United States is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on advertising, which includes the following: The President’s own campaign ad buy, which is running for the duration of the 2016 Presidential campaign, and also includes television and radio ads.
The President is spending millions on a television ad buy that aired during the Democratic Convention in Cleveland.
Trump is spending more than $3 million on radio ads to air during the general election, and he’s spending $1.5 million to air a radio ad during the Republican Convention in Tampa, Florida.
He’s spending at least $1 million on advertising during the GOP convention.
The ad buy includes several spots where Trump’s campaign is featured, including on MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, and on his website.
The ads are not paid for by the President or any of his campaign committee.
The Trump campaign also purchased advertising for the RNC and Democratic National Convention.
The RNC is currently airing a commercial that features a young boy playing a video game, and it’s unclear if that was a paid ad or not.
The commercials for the DNC are the most recent campaign buy, and the most expensive since the 2016 Republican National Convention, when Trump was running against his party’s nominee, Donald Trump Jr. The two events are not linked, and we don’t know if the ads will air again in the future.
The campaign also spent more than half a million dollars to air commercials featuring Ivanka Trump and Ivanka Trump brand, which are running during the 2016 Democratic National Committee convention and during the upcoming Republican National convention.
This is the first time Ivanka Trump has run an ad during either of the Republican and Democratic conventions.
Trump’s family foundation spent $5 million on TV and radio commercials during the 2012 and 2016 Republican conventions, and this ad buy is the largest of the two.
The group spent nearly $2 million on the DNC ad buy.
The groups ads were also running during Super Tuesday and Trump’s primary win.
This time, however, the group is running the ads during the RNC convention.
We’re not sure if this is a paid commercial or not, but the President’s family was heavily involved in making sure the ads ran.
The family’s PAC spent more money on television ads for the convention than the President.
The Family Foundation also spent millions on TV ads for President Obama’s 2008 re-election campaign.
This ad buy also was a major source of the President spending $3.5 to $5.5 billion, which was about $5 billion in total, in addition to the $1 billion spent on his presidential campaign.
Trump has made clear he wants to keep spending on ads, and his surrogates have been running ads for months.
One of his surrogets, former White House press secretary Sean Spicer, recently said, “If you look at this year, the President spent more on TV advertising than any other candidate, including Hillary Clinton.”
Spicer also noted that Trump spent $4 million on an ad campaign for the Republican convention.
Spicer later tweeted, “You can’t have it both ways.
Spicer is not the only Trump surrogate running ads this year.
During the 2016 presidential primary, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice also ran an ad for Trump.
This year, Kellyanne Conway, the former White Nationalist and current Trump surrogate, is also running an ad that includes Trump’s own slogan, “Make America Great Again.”
Kellyann Conway is running ads during both conventions that include the slogan “Make Trump Great Again” and include Trump’s slogan, “$20 Billion Tax Cut for Working Americans.”
The Trump family has also paid for several television ads in support of former President Barack Obama, including a one-hour special on CNN that aired in March.
In addition, Trump’s wife, Melania Trump, has been running television ads that feature Melania Trump and her family.
During one of her television spots, the couple’s son, Barron, tells viewers, “The president wants to spend more money than anyone on the planet.”