In a letter to The Lincoln Project, lawyers complained about a billboard showing Trump smiling to a senior adviser to his father, who smiled and gestured with more than 33,000 New Yorkers and 221,000 Americans. With coronovirus. Lawyers cited Kushner, another senior White House adviser, a billboard next to a body bag and an unrelated 2019 quote before the epidemic in which he said New Yorkers would be harmed. ”
– Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) October 24, 2020
Attorney Mark Kasowitz wrote, “I am writing about the inaccurate, malicious and maligned ads that the Lincoln Project is displaying on hoardings in Times Square.” “If these hoardings are not removed immediately, we will sue you for what would undoubtedly be heavy compensatory and punitive damages.”
The Lincoln Project as well as Democrats have launched criticism at the White House for dealing with the coronavirus virus epidemic as cases taking place across the country. The group has prominently released rapid-fire commercials, highlighting the latest White House controversy, often going viral online and rebuking the president.
The anti-Trump group has recently started working closely with Democratic groups to purchase ads worth millions of dollars in major states. President TrumpDonald John Trumpmore supported more than 300 military family members from the last Trump-Biden debate Biden Five takeaway: ‘I will transition from the oil industry’ On an array of issues including the current health crisis and its economic collapse.
The Lincoln Project said in a statement, it would drop the billboard, saying that what they say accurately portrays a loose attitude toward the epidemic.
“Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump have turned to The Lincoln Project to express their apathy for the more than 223,000 people who lost their lives due to the careless mismanagement of COVID-19. The group said in a statement that as long as we truly enjoy their head-on rent, we will not take their empty threats more seriously than Ivanka and Jared.
“It is amazing that our administration has never had a connection or understanding that will try to trample on our First Amendment rights,” he added, but we fully intend on making this civil text as painful as possible. Keep it. “