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‘Bimbo, dog, fat pig’: New ads portray Trump as a woman-hating lover of violence

Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event at the Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland in Kansas City, Mo., on Saturday. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post)

One of the most vocal super PACs opposed to Donald Trump's candidacy launched two ads in recent days portraying the Republican presidential front-runner as a violence-inciting misogynist.

The newest ad, which could begin airing on national cable television as soon as Monday, begins jarringly, with three women reciting statements Trump has made toward other women.

"Bimbo, dog, fat pig," they say. The rest of the video features yet more women reading longer and sometimes-censored Trump quotations.

Our Principles PAC released an ad attacking Donald Trump on March 14, accusing the Republican presidential front-runner of being sexist. (Video: YouTube/Our Principles PAC)

The ads were both created by Our Principles PAC, a well-funded Republican super PAC founded by former Mitt Romney aide and strategist Katie Packer. Both belong to separate ad buys totaling $4 million.

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The first portrays Trump and his campaign as promoting violence and is part of a two-week-old, $3.5 million buy in Florida, which hosts an important primary on Tuesday. The second features his statements toward women and is part of a $500,000 package of ads to be featured on national cable outlets.

So which women has Donald Trump called ‘dogs’ and ‘fat pigs’?

Here is a transcript of that latter ad, with links to stories about each of the quotes:

WOMAN: Real quotes from Donald Trump about women:
SEVERAL WOMEN: This is how Donald Trump talks about our mothers, our sisters, our daughters.

The other ad shipped to Florida stations over the weekend and features several quotes in which Trump expresses a desire to harm protesters and also cites allegations that his campaign manager physically assaulted a female reporter covering Trump.

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That video and transcript follow.

Our Principles PAC released an attack ad against Donald Trump on March 14 titled "Unifier." (Video: YouTube/Our Principles PAC)
NARRATOR: Donald Trump campaign violence.
TRUMP: I’d like to punch 'em in the face.
TRUMP: Knock the crap out of them.
TRUMP: They’d be carried out on a stretcher, folks.
TRUMP: I promise you, I will pay for the legal fees.
NARRATOR: Now Trump’s campaign manager faces criminal charges for allegedly assaulting a female reporter.
NEWSCASTER: Today, Michelle Fields, a reporter for the conservative website Breitbart, said earlier this week Trump’s campaign manager "grabbed me tightly by the arm and yanked me down."
NEWSCASTER: Fields showed us the bruise where she says Trump’s campaign manager grabbed her.
FIELDS: They’re not telling the truth. There’s videos, there’s pictures, there’s an eyewitness of a Washington Post reporter.
NARRATOR: Another supporter arrested for assault.
NEWSCASTER: A Trump supporter is under arrest tonight after punching a protester at a rally.
NEWSCASTER: The latest in what some believe growing hostile atmosphere at Trump events.
TRUMP SUPPORTER: Next time we see him we might have to kill him.
NARRATOR: Donald Trump's too reckless and dangerous to be president.

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