Donald Trump Releases First Campaign Ads: "I Don't Disappoint People"

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The two radio spots debuted Thursday morning.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has released his first campaign ads, two radio spots that debuted on Thursday morning.

The spots, each a minute long, are airing in the early contest states and are a $300,000 buy, MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski stated on Thursday's Morning Joe, which debuted both ads.

Both ads touch on Trump's famous Mexican-border wall and state that "politicians are all talk and no action" and insist that he'll make fantastic trade deals and strengthen the military, to the point that "nobody will mess with us," and, of course, that he'll make America great again.

In the first spot, a female narrator says the Republican presidential candidate "will protect Israel and brutally and quickly cut the head off of ISIS." The narrator also states that since Trump is self-funding his campaign, he won't be beholden to special interests and lobbyists.

"He will only be responsible to the American people," says the narrator.

In the second spot, which Trump himself narrates, he indicates that he has the economic experience to help the U.S., which he says is "in deep trouble."

"My opponents have no experience in creating jobs or making deals," says Trump. "The fact is, I'm going to make the greatest trade deals we've ever made in our country. And I'm going to bring jobs and money back to the United States."

He also vows to protect the Second Amendment and "religious liberties." And he says ObamaCare, which he calls a "total disaster," will be "repealed and replaced with something much better."

In closing, he promises the people of Iowa, who hold the first presidential contest, a caucus on Feb. 1, that if they vote for him, they'll "never be disappointed."

"I don't disappoint people," says Trump. "I produce."

Listen to both ads in the Morning Joe clip below.