Trump Goes After Immigration, Muslims and ISIS in His First Campaign TV Ad

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Donald Trump has released his first TV campaign ad and - no surprise - he's coming out swinging.

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The ad reiterates his most controversial proposals, including a temporary shut down on Muslims entering America and building a massive wall to help stop illegal immigration.

He also vowed to "cut off the head" of ISIS leaders and "take their oil." 

The 30-second ad will appear on local stations in Iowa and New Hampshire from Tuesday, but he has already posted it on his website

In a statement, Trump said: "I am very proud of this ad. I don't know if I need it, but I don't want to take any chances because if I win we are going to Make America Great Again."

Trump rang in the new year live on Fox News while at his Palm Beach estate, Mar-a-Lago, and said of Hillary Clinton: “I think I will be her worst nightmare.”

More information is also emerging about the first Republican debate in August, when Trump and Fox's Megyn Kelly went at each other.

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Kelly told Vanity Fair that she was actually violently ill before the debate.

“I would have crawled over a pile of hot coals to make it to that debate,” she said.

Vanity Fair says Kelly moderated the debate "with a blanket over her legs and a bucket to throw up in by her side."

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