Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s first campaign ad of the general election saysHillary Clinton’s immigration policies stack the deck against voters.

 

 

“In Hillary Clinton’s America, the system stays rigged against Americas,” the narrator says in the clip released Friday.

 

“Syrian refugees flood in. Illegal immigrants convicted of committing crimes get to stay, collecting Social Security benefits, skipping the line. Our border open, it’s more of the same, but worse.”

 

The 30-second spot claims Trump will focus on tightening border security and protecting Americans first.

 

“Donald Trump’s America is secure,” the narrator states. “Terrorists and criminals kept out. The border secure, our families safe.”

 

Reports emerged Thursday that Trump would begin airing nearly $4 million in television spots in four key battleground states — Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Ohio — on Friday.

 

Trump’s main focus is on Florida, where the billionaire spent $1.4 million in airtime across six media markets.

 

The ads are scheduled to air through Aug. 29, and the campaign has also bought corresponding advertisements on statewide cable channels in each battleground as well.

 

The ads constitute the first paid media Trump has purchased since before winning the Republican presidential nomination in May.

 

The Democratic nominee has in contrast run or purchased more than $54 million in battleground states since May 17.