In the face of foreboding polls for November, President Donald Trump's campaign ramped up its attacks on Democratic nominee Joe Biden in a new ad on Monday called Cards.
The simple ad features a woman sitting on a bed, brandishing cards that repeat Trump campaign talking points of Biden as weak and a tool for the "far-left."
Some statements from the ad read:
"Joe Biden worries me. Biden embraced the policies of the far left. Biden will raise taxes, give amnesty to 11 million illegal immigrants...I'm afraid to say this out loud. I won't risk my children's future with Biden."
Now, a prominent anti-Trump Republican group has re-released the ad with a new makeover.
Republican Voters Against Trump (RVAT) is calling it The Real 'Cards' Ad.
The doctored signs say:
"I voted for Trump in 2016. It was the biggest mistake of my life. Now 155,000 are dead from [the virus]. The economy is in tatters. My friends lost jobs and loved ones. All Trump does is watch TV and whine about it. I'm not afraid to say this out loud. I'm voting for Joe Biden in November."
People tended to prefer RVAT's version.
The ad reiterated just how tumultuous the administration has been for Americans across the country.
RVAT has not said whether the ad will jump off the internet and onto television screens.