Which presidential candidate would you rather see on a billboard? Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?

A billboard that features the words “Trump is for the rich” in red and blue will be up in New York City this summer.

The ad was created by the advertising company for the Democratic presidential nominee, and it will run on over 1,000 billboards across the country.

“I’m running on an economic message.

I’m running for the people who are hurting the most right now, the middle class.

That’s the message that I’m bringing,” said Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has promised to bring back the coal mining industry and has repeatedly promised to dismantle Dodd-Frank Wall Street reforms.

Trump has vowed to take the coal industry back.

Clinton has promised an economy that is “just as good” as the one we have now, but it’s going to take a lot more than Trump to make it happen.

“It’s going the other way,” Clinton said.

“The Republicans have got to have a very specific agenda.

I think the Republicans need to talk about what they want to do in the future.

And I think that is a lot of what I want to talk to people about,” Clinton added.

The billboards will feature a large portrait of President Obama in the middle, with the words, “President Trump is for everyone,” in red, and “Hillary Clinton is for billionaires” in blue.

The two faces of the presidential candidates will be joined by a man and a woman.

“You can see the face of the president in the billboard,” said a woman who gave her name as Barbara.

“That’s a real powerful message.”

The billboard was built to encourage people to donate to the campaign, which is expected to raise $1.5 million in the first week, CBS New York reported.

The Democratic nominee is campaigning in New Jersey and Connecticut.

The Republican candidate, however, has been largely absent from the campaign trail.