Trump Jr. and Guilfoyle release new ad blasting 'mainstream media and liberal mob'

Donald Trump Jr.Donald (Don) John TrumpWatchdog group: Trump had over 1,400 conflicts of interest in first two years CNN's Gergen: Trump discouraging next generation from civil service The Hill’s 12:30 Report: Trump AG pick Barr grilled at hearing | Judge rules against census citizenship question | McConnell blocks second House bill to reopen government MORE and Kimberly Guilfoyle on Tuesday released an advertisement urging Republicans to stand up to the mainstream media and a "liberal mob" ahead of next week's midterm elections.

In the short video spot released by America First Policies, which Guilfoyle joined after leaving Fox News earlier this year, the two urge "every patriot" in the country to vote Republican in their state and local elections in order to protect President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump directed Cohen to lie to Congress about plans to build Trump Tower in Moscow during 2016 campaign: report DC train system losing 0k per day during government shutdown Senate Republicans eye rules change to speed Trump nominees MORE's agenda.

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"The mainstream media and the liberal mob are working hard to stop President Trump," Guilfoyle says in the video over images of MSNBC host Rachel Maddow and various protesters.

"This Nov. 6, we need every patriot to get to the polls," Guilfoyle adds. "Vote Republican."

Trump Jr. and Guilfoyle have been active campaigning for Republican candidates across the country ahead of the midterms, and earlier this month hit the campaign trail in Indiana to stump for Greg Pence, brother of Vice President Pence, who is running for the House and is expected to be elected.

The eldest son of the president has also campaigned for GOP candidates running against vulnerable Senate Democrats, including Sens. Joe DonnellyJoseph (Joe) Simon DonnellyEPA's Wheeler faces grilling over rule rollbacks Some Senate Dems see Ocasio-Cortez as weak spokeswoman for party Senate approves funding bill, preventing partial government shutdown MORE (Ind.) and Jon TesterJonathan (Jon) TesterCentrist efforts to convince Trump to end shutdown falter Dems offer measure to raise minimum wage to per hour Some Senate Dems see Ocasio-Cortez as weak spokeswoman for party MORE (Mont.).

Guilfoyle and Trump are dating and often appear together at campaign events. Altogether, the two have raised more than $1 million for GOP candidates around the country this cycle, according to a report from Bloomberg earlier this month.

Republicans are hoping to hold on to majorities in the House and Senate in next week's midterms, while Democrats are hoping to overcome a 23-seat deficit in the House and a two-seat gap in the Senate to retake both chambers.