Hillary Clinton just invented the Snapchat attack ad

Presidential candidates have historically run TV attack ads against each other. Hillary Clinton may have just done the first attack ad on¬†Snapchat. And it’s all about Donald Trump.

The story was posted to Clinton’s official Snapchat account on Thursday and uses the app’s face-swapping feature to place¬†the faces of former presidents over Trump’s face.

Clinton's Snapchat story starts by acknowledging that Trump has a good chance of winning the GOP nomination for president.

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It then references Trump's recent comment about being 'so presidential' one day.

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Trump recently told the 'Today' show that he will tone down his personality once he makes it to the White House. 'I will be so presidential, you will be so bored,' he said. 'You'll say, 'Can't he have a little more energy?''

Clinton's Snapchat story then proceeds to look back at some of Trump's 'offensive/dangerous words.'

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The first comparison is made to Abraham Lincoln.

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Clinton puts Lincoln's face over Trump saying that he won't disavow the endorsement of the KKK's David Duke.

Trump is then compared to Dwight Eisenhower, who was a general in World War II.

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Eisenhower's face is used over Trump saying that Sen. John McCain wasn't a war hero because he was captured.

Trump is then compared to Ronald Reagan.

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Trump is shown with Reagan's face saying that women should receive 'some form of punishment' for getting an abortion. Reagan made abortions legal while he was governor of California.

Trump's mocking of a reporter's disability is contrasted with Republican President George H.W. Bush, who signed the Americans with Disabilities Act into law.

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Clinton doesn't leave out George W. Bush, either.

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Her account's story ends with the suggestion that Trump wants to be Frank Underwood from the Netflix show 'House of Cards.'

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