Trump drops first television ad of campaign: ‘Cut head off ISIS’ (VIDEO)

The Donald Trump has debuted his first ad of 2016, saying, “I am very proud of this ad that rolls out tomorrow. 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.”

The ad switches from an image of President Obama and Hillary Clinton to one of the San Bernardino terror suspects, then promises a temporary ban on Muslims entering the county and promises to “cut the head off ISIS and take their oil” while transitioning to video of a missile launch from a Navy Aegis destroyer. Finally, the ad wraps up with a call to build a border fence paid for by Mexico.

Trump spoke Sunday in front of a crowd of 15,000 in Biloxi, Mississippi, promising to undo proposed Obama administration executive orders then took to Facebook to decry the use of armed bodyguards by Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

“Hillary said that guns don’t keep you safe,” he posted. “If she really believes that she should demand that her heavily armed bodyguards quickly disarm!”