The president shared a clip that made it seem as if Biden were listening to an anti-police song.
The Republican Party of Florida said it had requested the ads not air in affected areas.
As a professor of logic, I am deeply troubled by the lack of argument surrounding the issues of this campaign and the continual use of the ad hominem fallacy.
THE WILDCATTERS: Magic Bullets and the Teflon Don: Why Negative Campaign Ads Have Not Hurt Donald Trump in the Republican Nomination (But May in November)
One of the reasons many observers doubted the ability of Donald Trump to win the Republican nomination was the inevitable onslaught of negative advertising he would have to endure. Politically, Trump is an unlikely Republican nominee.
Corporations, currently neutered by happy-talk policies and love-me-babe consultants, would be wise to study their options. Competing through communication is not a choice between doing nothing (a Pass) and criticizing an opponent (a Call Out).
There's nothing as politically intoxicating as a wildly baying crowd, and social media turned the dragon into a self-enforcing cycle. Negative politics are now instantly rewarded by the re-tweeting adulation of the base.