When Donald Trump first announced his candidacy, Republican leadership, Trump's presidential primary opponents, the mainstream media, all made a huge mistake by discounting the appeal of his message to an electorate that was fed up with the direction America was heading.
According to polling, an average 64.9 percent of Americans think the country is heading in the wrong direction, is on the wrong track. That average is taken from a variety of polling organizations from Reuters to NBC News to CBS News and more.
Compounding their mistakes, the MSM, so disconnected with how discontented Americans are with the direction of the country, decided in their ultimate wisdom that if they just highlighted and continuously played Trump's statements over and over again on television, and dedicated enough ink to them in papers and online, that Americans would turn away, his support would drop, he would be forced to end his campaign and a more traditional candidate would end up with the GOP presidential nomination.
Now Trump is being called the GOP Presumptive Nominee and Hillary Clinton, so disconnected from reality, obviously somehow missing what has played out from July when Trump announced his candidacy to now, has decided it would be a good idea to do the very same thing that the Republican leadership, the media, political pundits and the GOP primary opponents did.... she is highlighting Trump's message in what she considers and "anti-Trump" ad. A message which the last nine months has shown, appeals to voters.... even Democratic voters (remember tens of thousands in multiple states have switch from Democrat to Republican for Trump).
The Donald should probably send her a thank you basket for this.
Trump on the other hand, understands where to hit Hillary.