President Donald Trump’s campaign is offering the public an opportunity to “discover a world of difference,” and is offering its candidates a “right-leaning” and “radical” view of the country.
The campaign released a video Wednesday touting the “opportunity” to “get engaged with the candidate of your choice.”
It highlights the need to “focus on our values and work together to defeat the enemy.”
The video then cuts to a message from the campaign urging viewers to “take action and get involved.”
It urges viewers to email their candidates and ask them “to take action to ensure that our economy is working for everyone.”
The campaign also released a statement on the video, which included an offer to donate to Trump’s 2020 campaign if viewers made a donation.
“We’re offering a special opportunity for you to get involved in our 2020 presidential campaign,” the statement read.
“Please contact your local Republican Party offices or political action committee to make a $100 donation.”
The statement also urges viewers not to “vote for anyone who has a radical or anti-American agenda.”
It adds that “we don’t want you to make money from voting for the Democratic Party.
We don’t care about the billionaires.”
The presidential campaign of Democratic nominee Hilary Clinton was criticized for the video.
“I want to make it clear that we’re not endorsing any particular candidate.
We’re not saying, ‘Look, if you want to get your vote out there, you should go and vote for Hillary Clinton,’ ” Clinton said during an interview with NBC News on Wednesday.
“But we’re asking you to be a part of the solution.”