Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein Just Made Their Own Anti-Donald Trump Ad

Should this entertainer be president?

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Some of the top creatives in the ad business have been weighing in on this year's loony presidential election—and predictably, they haven't been lining up with Trump.

Droga5 has been doing advertising for Hillary. And now, Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein—the co-founders of Goodby Silverstein & Partners in San Francisco—have made their own ad for this campaign season, wondering aloud whether Donald Trump is qualified to be president—over slow-motion footage of Trump infamously using a water bottle to mock Marco Rubio back in February.

The YouTube video description reads: "Words have meaning. Actions have consequences. Donald Trump has, again and again, provided entertaining moments of amusing name calling and shocking jingoism. But does that mean he should be our president?" 


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@nudd Tim Nudd is a former creative editor of Adweek.
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