Documentary filmmakers across the US have come together to launch an anti-Trump ad campaign.
The first TV spot from the series of ads will run in Butler County, Ohio, on Wednesday, reported Variety.
The first ad, directed by Rachel Gray, features a Republican woman who says that she can’t bring herself to vote for Mr Trump.
The ad will run in local spots across 11 cable networks. Ms Gray’s credits include “Jesus Camp” and “Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You.”
Other filmmakers working on spots are Amy Berg, Amir Bar-Lev, Marshall Curry, Heidi Ewing, Liz Garbus, Rachel Grady, Kristi Jacobson, Gabriel Lonson, Tyler Measom, Diana Whitten and Roger Ross Williams.
The ads are sponsored by Local Voices, a Democratic SuperPAC founded by Lee Hirsch, director of the documentary “Bully.”
SuperPAC plans to broadcast the ads not just in Ohio but also in Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Arizona, Georgia and Utah.
Meanwhile, Mr Trump has said if elected in the November general elections, it would be a busy first day for him in the White House as he will be undoing the policies of previous government. At an election rally in North Carolina on Tuesday, Mr Trump said that he would spend the first day in the Oval Office in undoing the alleged dangerous policies of the current President Barack Obama.
“This would range from suspending Syrian refugee resettlement, abolishing Obamacare, ordering renegotiation of Nafta, eliminate Obama’s executive orders and begin implementation of construction of wall,” he said, adding it is going to be a very busy first day.
During an election rally in North Carolina, he said, “The change will begin on my first day in office. First, we are going to eliminate every unconstitutional executive order and restore the rule of law to our land.”
“Then, we are going to begin implementing plans for construction of a wall along our southern border. This will keep out the violent durg cartels poisoning our youth,” he said.
“But that’s just the beginning,” he said adding that he will ask Congress to send him a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.
He said he will also instruct the state department to suspend the Syrian refugee resettlement programme and develop plans for the construction of a safe zone in the region.