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Tags: Trump | campaign | money | ads | Twitter | television

Trump Denies Ad Spending Cutbacks

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President Donald Trump (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

By    |   Tuesday, 15 September 2020 12:22 PM EDT

President Donald Trump dismissed reports that his campaign is cutting back on ad spending as “Fake News.”

“We are advertising all over the place, but as much as we do, the Fake News likes to say we aren’t,” Trump tweeted Tuesday morning.

The president was responding to reports that the campaign is scaling down its television ad spending and even ditching it in some states because it faces a cash shortage.

According to ad-tracking firm Advertising Analytics, Joe Biden’s campaign is outspending Trump. The firm noted that between Aug. 10 and Sept. 7, Biden spent $97.7 million on broadcast and cable ads, while Trump spent $21.6 million.

But Trump said money is no issue and that the campaign is “just being smart.”

“We have much more money than we had at same time in 2016,” Trump wrote. “Also spending on other, and different, elements of the campaign.”

Trump then mentioned that he is “starting to get great poll numbers!"

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President Donald Trump dismissed reports that his campaign is cutting back on ad spending as "Fake News." "We are advertising all over the place, but as much as we do, the Fake News likes to say we aren't," Trump tweeted Tuesday morning. The president was responding to...
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