Breitbart has posted the full-length, never-aired Donald Trump 'Obama You're fired' parody video he produced for the Mitt Romney campaign that was to air on the first night of the Republican National Convention last August in Tampa. That never happened due to reasons which differ depending on the source. According to Stuart Stevens, Romney's political adviser, since the convention had to be shortened due to weather delays they decided to cut the video. Trump and his cohorts beg to differ. They claim that Romney and his aides felt it was too controversial.
"The reason they didn't put it on is because they thought it was too controversial. Controversy. It might not be politically correct," Trump said.
Stevens added that it wasn't used as a campaign ad because it was too long. The usual format for a TV commercial is either 30 or 60 seconds.
The truth probably lies somewhere in the middle.
The video cost $100,000 to produce.