The Hill’s top website design website has released a new campaign ad that’s all about Democrats.

The ad, titled “Republicans vs. the GOP,” was produced by the Republican Party of Florida and is being run by a Democratic ad agency.

The ad features an old clip from The Simpsons, with President Trump and former Florida Gov.

Charlie Crist in a heated exchange over whether President Trump’s campaign had paid for his son to attend a fundraiser with a convicted sex offender.

The ad also features former Florida GOP Chairman Matt Borges, who served as the state’s GOP chairman under former Gov.

Jeb Bush.

“You’ve got to stop this,” he said in the clip.

“It’s going to be the biggest mistake in history.”

The ad ends with a montage of Republican and Democratic politicians discussing the issue, with the theme “What’s going on here?”

It’s the latest example of the GOP’s attempt to tie the Democratic Party to President Trump.

A number of Republican candidates have criticized the Democratic National Committee for its decision to host the presidential debate in August on the eve of the 2018 midterm elections.

Biden, who’s up for reelection in 2020, has been critical of the DNC and its decision.

Former Trump White House chief of staff Reince Priebus has called on Democrats to support Republicans in the midterm elections, as well.

Democrats have been quick to jump on the bandwagon.

“If the Republicans are going to spend millions of dollars on this, and they’re going to do it at the expense of Democrats, they’ve got some explaining to do,” said Brad Dayspring, a political consultant and a longtime political strategist who is an adviser to Democrats running for office.

“I’m not sure the Democrats will do much better than what they’re doing now, but it’s an opportunity to show what we can do, how we can go after the president.”