WATCH: New Pro-Trump Ad Touts President’s Successes After 100 Days

This past Saturday marked the official 100th day of Donald Trump’s presidency, bringing to a close a hectic period in which the President pressed forward on a number of his campaign promises. In order to highlight some of those early successes, the Trump campaign released today a new TV and digital ad proclaiming that the President is already “making America great again”: Some of the achievements touted by the ad include the successful confirmation of Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch; the 500,000 new jobs created during the first three months of 2017; the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline

WATCH: New Pro-Trump Ad Touts President’s “Results”

While President Trump may still just be settling into the White House after his surprise victory last November, his supporters are already looking ahead to the next election challenge. Their latest move? A new $1 million TV ad campaign which will target the 10 states Trump won last year where Democratic senators are up for reelection in 2018. The campaign is being funded by the Making America Great organization, with the purpose of persuading at-risk Democrats to support the president’s legislative agenda. According to a spokesperson for Making America Great, the group “will be a conduit to highlight President Trump’s

WATCH: Trump and Clinton Spar with Dueling TV Ads

Post-Labor Day marks the start of general election season, and the ads are starting to flow. Amidst a flurry of activity this past week, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton each released a new commercial going after their opponent’s perceived weakness. The Clinton ad, titled “Agree,” highlights Trump’s poor favorability with members of his own party, featuring prominent Republicans like Senators Ben Sasse and Susan Collins, along with former Governor Mitt Romney, speaking out about their problems with the GOP nominee: Released Saturday, the commercial concludes that Donald Trump is “Unfit. Dangerous. Even for Republicans.” It’s a tactic that lines up