Following the group's endorsement of Donald Trump in May, the National Rifle Association's Victory Fund is now putting its money where its mouth is by launching a $2 million advertising campaign in six battleground states that hammers Hillary Clinton for the U.S. mission in Benghazi.
In the ad, Marine Corps veteran Mark Geist, who fought in Libya, urges voters to do "their part" by voting against Clinton. "A lot of people say they're not going to vote this November because their candidate didn't win. Well, I know some people who won't be voting this year either," Geist says from an oversaturated cemetery:
In Clinton's response to the Benghazi investigation report released by House Republicans on Tuesday, which found no evidence that she, at that time serving as secretary of state, was culpable for the deaths of four Americans, Clinton said, "I think it's pretty clear it's time to move on."
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