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After riffing "damn it feels good to be a Clinton," two men in business casual attire and a woman wearing a pantsuit kick a computer, take a bat to its hardware and rip it up.
"A Clinton never needs to explain why it is that they've done or with who. A real Clinton knows that they're entitled and you don't get to know what they do," a man raps as the computer is destroyed.
The Cruz campaign released the ad a day after it pulled down another spot upon discovering one of its actors had been in several soft-core porn films.