Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush’s (R) presidential campaign debuted a second ad in New Hampshire on Thursday, which highlights Bush’s “jerk” attacks against Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump.
The 60-second ad, called “Enough,” is a part of the campaign’s $6.4-million ad buy for the final weeks of the primary campaign season.
“When anybody, anybody disparages people with disabilities, it sets me off,” Bush says in the ad, which uses footage from a New Hampshire town hall.
The ad focuses on Bush’s response to Trump mocking of a reporter with disabilities during a campaign rally last year.
The campaign debuted another ad Wednesday highlighting the Bush family’s personal connection to drug addiction. The ad depicts Bush talking about his daughter Noelle’s drug addiction, which occurred when he was the governor of Florida.
The New Hampshire Republican primary is Feb. 9. Bush is in sixth place in the Granite State with 8.7 percent support, according to Real Clear Politics.
Watch Thursday’s ad here: