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The world a President has to grapple with. Sometimes you can't even imagine. That's the job and she's the one who's proving she can get it done. Securing a massive reduction in nuclear weapons. Standing up against the abuse of women. Protecting social security. Expanding benefits for the National Guard. And winning health care for eight million children. The presidency is the toughest job in the world and she's the one who will make a real difference for you. I'm Hillary Clinton and I approved this message.
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This ad, which aired widely in Colorado and Virginia up to the Super Tuesday contests, claims she won "health care for 8 million children." PolitiFact rules this statement as "Mostly true," because of her role in creating the Children's Health Insurance Program. However, says the fact checking group, the ad "leaves out the contributions of others." In addition, FactCheck.org writes, "Hillary Clinton overstates the impact of a 2011 nuclear agreement with Russia in a TV ad that says she was responsible for “securing a massive reduction in nuclear weapons.”

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2379
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First Aired On
02/03/2016 UTC
Last Aired On
05/10/2016 UTC
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