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The 30-second ad spot from Priorities USA Action opens with a diverse group of children singing the pledge before showing Trump's comments on Mexicans importing drugs and crime.

It also includes Trump commenting on Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly last year, remarking on "blood coming out of her ... wherever"; his remarks mocking a disabled New York Times reporter; and the billionaire's boast of being able to shoot somebody in the street and not lose votes.

The advertisement will run in the battleground states of North Carolina, Ohio, Florida, Nevada and Iowa.

It joins the super-PAC's other ad, released Monday, which shows several people, including women and veterans, reacting to other remarks from Trump. Both ads will air in the same states.

Clinton, the Democratic nominee, currently leads Trump in polling in those states, where the Priorities USA Action has a "multi-million dollar buy" for ads.