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In an amazing bit of irony, a member of the Bush family has now been subjected to an attack ad showing mugshots of minority criminals — as Donald Trump’s new campaign video, posted on Instagram, features Jeb Bush’s past statement that undocumented immigrants enter the U.S. as “an act of love.”

Reminiscent of the notorious “Willie Horton” ad used by the George H.W. Bush campaign against Democrat Michael Dukakis in 1988, the spot plays back Jeb’s 2014 comment as mugshots flash across the screen.

“Love?” the video sarcastically responds in onscreen text. “Forget love. It’s time to get tough!”

“Trump,” the ad concludes. “Make America Great Again!”

This is no “act of love” as Jeb Bush said…

A video posted by Donald J. Trump (@realdonaldtrump) on

Photo: Republican 2016 presidential candidate businessman Donald Trump (L) answers a question as former Florida governor and fellow candidate Jeb Bush looks on at the first official Republican presidential candidates debate of the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign in Cleveland, Ohio, August 6, 2015. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Former Navy Secretary Sean O'Keefe

Photo Credit: NASA/Joel Kowsky

Almost 500 national security experts — including 22 four-star military officers — slammed Donald Trump in a public letter released Thursday, calling him unfit for his role as commander in chief and endorsing Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

The letter, simply addressed "To Our Fellow Citizens," is a bipartisan effort signed by prominent Republicans and Democrats alike who say they "fear" for their country under Trump. Signatories include former Navy Secretary and NASA administrator Sean O'Keefe, who served in both Bush administrations, and former Defense Secretaries Chuck Hagel, Leon Panetta, and Ash Carter.

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