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Jan 28, 2016 4:00 PM

GoFundMe page started to ask for donations to pay for anti-Trump ads in NH


A Donald Trump opponent is turning to crowdfunding to raise money for anti-Trump ads in the Concord Monitor newspaper.

Louis Wittig is a copywriter in New Jersey. Taking to GoFundMe, Wittig hopes to use his copywriting skills to attack the candidate he calls a “toxic hairclown."

He is well on his way to raising the money for an anti-Trump ad in the Concord Monitor, which he plans to launch two days before the primary. Wittig needs to raise $1,530 to pay for the slot. As of Thursday afternoon, he'd raised $1,325.

Wittig says that the Merrimack County newspaper could convince at least some of the county’s 29,000 registered Republicans to think twice about voting Trump.

His GoFundMe appeal offers several examples of possible ads and asks for donations "to help save America."


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