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A SuperPAC supporting the Republican presidential nominee will be launching a ‘yuge’ digital advertisement in New York’s Times Square portraying Donald Trump as “Super Trump.”

The Committee to Restore America’s Greatness is shelling out $25,000 to place the video advertisement, Trump advocate Roger J. Stone told the New York Post.

The filmmaker behind the ad said its goal is to contrast the 70-year-old Trump’s “stamina” with that of opponent Hillary Clinton, 69, who suffered an apparent fainting spell at the World Trade Center on Sunday.

“You see Trump traveling the country on his airplane. He’s looking to solve people’s problems,” Joel Gilbert told the paper, “It’s giving power back to the people—who is more American than Superman?”

The billboard will be placed just north of the center of Times Square, on Broadway near 46th Street in Manhattan.

Read the full report in the New York Post, and let us know what you think in the comments.


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