Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpConway defends herself against Hatch Act allegations amid threat of subpoena How to defuse Gulf tensions and avoid war with Iran Trump says 'stubborn child' Fed 'blew it' by not cutting rates MORE's campaign is out with two new ads as the GOP presidential nominee makes his closing sales pitch to voters one week before Election Day.  

The TV and radio spots come hours after the Trump campaign announced a $25 million buy in a handful of battleground states. 
"The American moment is here — two choices, two Americas, decided by you," the narrator says. 
"Hillary Clinton will keep us on the road to stagnation. Fewer jobs, rising crime, America diminished at home and abroad. Donald Trump will bring the change we’re waiting for."
The campaign didn't give specifics for where that ad will air, only saying it will run in "major markets across the country." 
The radio ad features Liberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr. and is aimed at the Evangelical community in Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, Colorado, Iowa, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Wisconsin, Michigan and Arizona.
"As Christians, we cannot allow our Supreme Court to be stacked with liberal justices who will transform America and threaten our freedoms," Falwell says.
"Stand up for our shared Christian values. Stand with me and vote Donald Trump."