Donald Trump is being heavily criticised for tweeting out a "racist" video

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The video is being compared to one that was released by George Bush's campaign during the 1996 election, which was was said to have used racist imagery.

Joining with her fellow conservative Washington Post colleague, Max Boot, Rubin said Trump and the complicit GOP members have given every Republican a reason to walk away from the party next Tuesday and vote for Democrats. "The insinuation is, if you elect Governor Dukakis as president, we're going to have black rapists running amok in the country".

Trump shared this frightening visual aid with his 55.5 million Twitter followers, along with the caption "Vote Republican now!" and in under 24 hours it had already been viewed nearly two million times. The Trump campaign did not respond to ABC News' request for comment on the video.

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But Bracamontes was first deported during the Clinton administration and later slipped back into the USA during the George W. Bush administration, according to federal documents obtained by the Sacramento Bee. He then reportedly returned to the USA in 2001, was deported, then returned again in 2002, all during Republican George W. Bush's administration.

Bracamontes was also featured in a January ad from the Trump campaign that received less attention. "I hope this doesn't work".

The dark video stood in stark contrast to an ad circulated by the Trump campaign earlier in the week that highlighted rosy economic numbers and depicted gauzy scenes of American suburban life.

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Tom Perez, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, called the new ad the "dog whistle of all dog whistles".

"There is some ambiguity about when a disclaimer is required for ads posted exclusively on social media, and the Trump campaign may be trying to assert a loophole", Brendan Fischer, who is in charge of the government reforms program at nonprofit Campaign Legal Center, told ABC News. CBS News is not posting the video here because of the language used. That video was timed to the one-year anniversary of Trump's inauguration and meant to promote his immigration agenda.

He had been deported twice before his killing spree.

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President Donald Trump launched an ad Wednesday warning Americans of violent crime, not from the extremists who shot up a synagogue or mailed bombs in the past week, but a crime committed by an undocumented immigrant four years ago. During his 2016 campaign, he frequently appeared with so-called "angel families" - those who lost loved ones at the hands of immigrants in the nation illegally.