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The Lincoln Project appears to be enjoying the apparent reaction its video provoked in President Donald Trump – after reports emerged that the president had turned on Mike Pence following the video’s release.
Lincoln Project co-founder Reed Galen told The Independent that the president's response reported in Axios this week was the response they were expecting, and indeed hoping for.
"Given that we dropped it a couple of weeks ago, it had kind of been off traffic, usually if you're going to get a reaction like that from him it will be more immediate because he's such an impulsive guy – but that's the reason we did it," Mr Galen said.
If the latest video drives a wedge between the president and his VP, it would be one of the Lincoln Project's biggest scalps since former campaign manager Brad Parscale was fired. The group has claimed this was, at least in part, due to their long-running campaign to antagonise the relationship between Mr Parscale and Mr Trump..
Or, as the Lincoln Project put it on Twitter: "Oops, we did it again…
The Lincoln Projected targeted the “Pence” ad to run in the three to four hours when they had a good idea of what the president would be watching and where, either Fox & Friends, Hannity and Tucker Carlson in DC, Palm Beach or New Jersey
“That stuff”, as the video pointed out, is continuing until Mr Pence certifies Joe Biden's presidency on 6 January, part of his Constitutional duty and a final so-called betrayal of loyalty
"We know that he is sitting in front of his television in his residence every night with his remote in one hand, and his phone in the other, going crazy when he saw our ads," Mr Galen said
"We knew exactly where he was going to be and when he was going to be there."