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The 30-second ad, titled "Sees," features Anastasia Somoza, a woman who was born with cerebral palsy, talking about her experiences with the Democratic presidential nominee.

"I first met Hillary Clinton when I was 9 years old. And I could tell that when she looked at me, she didn't see disability," Somoza says at the beginning of the ad.

"She saw someone strong and capable. Like I see myself."

She goes on to talk about Clinton's Republican rival, saying Trump "doesn't see people like me."

"He just sees disability."

The ad shows Somoza looking at a video on a computer of Trump in November discussing a disabled reporter on the campaign trail while making jerky body motions. 

Trump has since denied he was targeting the disability of reporter Serge Kovaleski. He said he had never met the reporter.

"I honestly feel bad for someone with so much hate in his heart," Somoza says at the end of the ad.

"We need a president who sees the best in all of us."