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Parents of Child With Spina Bifida Fault Trump For Mocking Disabled Reporter in New Ad

A new Priorities USA ad is reminding voters about Donald Trump’s mockery of a disabled reporter last fall on the campaign trail in an attempt to question his "heart and soul" and present him as unpresidential.

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Entitled “Grace,” the campaign spot features parents Chris and Lauren Glaros reflecting on how they found out their daughter had been born with spina bifida, a birth defect in which a baby’s spinal cord fails to develop. They love their daughter – disability and all – and were therefore horrified to hear the presumptive GOP nominee insult a New York Times reporter who suffers from a muscular disease on the campaign trail in November.

“When I saw Donald Trump mock a disabled person, I was just shocked,” Mrs. Glaros said.

“The children at Grace’s school know never to mock her, so for an adult to mock someone with a disability is shocking.”

His remarks revealed Trump's soul and his heart, Mr. Glaros said - and he "doesn’t like what he saw."

As the general election nears, we will undoubtedly see more of Trump’s controversial rhetoric featured in campaign ads. Will these reminders cause voters – particularly pro-life Republicans – to think twice about him? 

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