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Anti-Trump Ad Calls Women "Fat Pigs" & "Bimbos"

Posted at 5:10 PM, Mar 16, 2016
A day after the Florida primary, many people are starting to see a newly released political ad targeting Donald Trump and derogatory terms used to talk of women.
 
In the ad by Our Principles PAC, it iterates language used by Donald Trump in past appearances through women's voices.
 
"If you look at women’s polling leaving the booths, I'm leading by a lot and I've done very well with women," said Donald Trump on "Good Morning America." 
 
Trump has won the biggest percentage of women's votes in 11 states, according to ABC News' exit polling data in the 15 state Republican primaries and caucuses, so far this year. 
 
We sat down with two women from the Tampa Bay area to see if the constant negative ads are impactful though.
 
Margaret Williams said, "It's infuriating," after watching the ad for the first time. 
 
Women are becoming more important this election.
 
"I would have loved to have been able to hear from the media more than just one candidates views on topics that effect women and minorities," said Williams.
 
To watch the latest ad against Trump click here. 
 
Expect to see me more back and forth ads leading up to the conventions in July. A pro-Donald Trump super PAC said today they have a $15 million goal to try and make him the nominee.