President Trump's campaign released a new ad on Sunday touting the administration's achievements in the face of increased opposition from "the president's enemies." 

The ad, dubbed "Let President Trump do his job," begins by attacking congressional Democrats, the media and "career politicians" for "standing in the way of success." 

It then focuses on a shrinking unemployment rate, stock market highs and a strengthened military. 


The Trump administration lacks a major legislative achievement nearly seven months into his presidency, however, despite Republican control of both chambers of Congress. 

Senate Republicans last month failed to fulfill long-standing campaign promises to repeal and replace ObamaCare. 

Trump had campaigned heavily on repealing his predecessor's signature healthcare law and lambasted Senate Republicans in the wake of their failure on ObamaCare. 

The new ad's release also comes as Trump takes heat for his response to Saturday's violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville. Trump condemned the violence, but he blamed it on "many sides."