Biden defends ObamaCare record in new Iowa ad

Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump second-term plans remain a mystery to GOP Susan Rice: Trump picks Putin over troops 'even when it comes to the blood of American service members' Does Donald Trump even want a second term? MORE's presidential campaign rolled out a new television ad in Iowa on Tuesday, touting his ties to the passage of the Affordable Care Act during his time as vice president in the Obama administration. 

The minutelong ad, titled "Personal," highlights Biden's experiences with health care, in addition to defending former President Obama's signature health care law. 


The ad also appears to hit Biden's 2020 Democratic rivals for proposing ideas to replace ObamaCare. 

"ObamaCare is personal to me," Biden narrates in the ad. "When I see the president try to tear down, and others propose to replace it and start over that's personal to me too. We've got to build on what we did because every American deserves affordable health care."

While Sens. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenSusan Rice sees stock rise in Biden VP race The Hill's Campaign Report: Biden chips away at Trump's fundraising advantage Warnock raises almost M in Georgia Senate race in second quarter MORE (D-Mass.) and Bernie SandersBernie SandersThe Memo: Unhappy voters could deliver political shocks beyond Trump Democratic senator will introduce bill mandating social distancing on flights after flying on packed plane Neil Young opposes use of his music at Trump Mount Rushmore event: 'I stand in solidarity with the Lakota Sioux' MORE (I-Vt.), two progressive 2020 White House hopefuls, have pushed for "Medicare for All," the Biden campaign has repeatedly warned against replacing ObamaCare. 

The new ad illustrates the Biden campaign's latest effort to tie the former vice president to the Obama administration. The campaign said in a statement that it will release smaller digital ads in the Hawkeye State next week aimed at highlighting Biden's plan to build upon the Affordable Care Act. 

The latest ad buy is part of Biden's six-figure paid media campaign, targeting crucial media markets in Iowa ahead of the state's caucuses in February.