A Super PAC-financed web ad skewering Hillary Clinton
debuts the day after Christmas in New Hampshire, where she's trailing rival Sen. Bernie Sanders.
"A Very Clinton Christmas" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHopiIu1cVE&feature=youtu.be
features pictures of presents under a tree that recall some of the controversies that have swirled around the Democratic front-runner – from her email scandals to her policies as Secretary of State.
"'Twas the morning of Christmas at the Clinton house, the gifts were all opened: a new server, a mouse,'" a narrator begins the 30-second rendition of the classic Christmas poem.
The Future45 group that financed the ad isn't supporting any specific GOP presidential candidate, but its donors include hedge fund managers Paul Singer and Ken Griffin, who back Sen. Marco Rubio, Politico reports.
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