The Lincoln Project and Republican Voters Against Trump have debuted a Goodyear-themed advertisement attacking President Donald Trump after he suggested a boycott of the tire company.

The ad comes after Trump criticized Goodyear on Aug. 19 after learning that the company bans its employees from wearing political, including his MAGA (Make America Great Again), attire. The President later sent out a tweet suggesting voters should boycott the American company.

As a result of his comments, The Lincoln Project has decided to spend $425,000 airing its “Goodyear” ad. To date, the video has received over 1.2 million views on YouTube.

The Akron Beacon Journal reports that the advertisement, which was released Aug. 21, will run this week in the Ohio areas of Cleveland, Youngstown, and Akron, the latter of which is where Goodyear's headquarters are based.

“Ohioans are already dealing with the rising unemployment caused by Trump’s failed response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The last thing they need is to suffer the economic aftershocks of a presidential temper tantrum,” Reed Galen, co-founder of The Lincoln Project, said in a statement.

Tim Miller, the political director of Republican Voters Against Trump, added that President’s boycott suggestion poses a major threat to residents who depend on employment from Goodyear to support their families.

The Goodyear-themed ad has already been followed by another anti-Trump video. On Monday, The Lincoln Project released a #JaredIsEvil ad, which criticizes Jared Kushner, Trump’s senior advisor, and son-in-law. Following the ad’s release, the hashtag began trending on Twitter due to its claims Kushner ignored COVID-19 testing in states with Democrat governors.

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U.S. President Donald Trump is pictured. AFP/Nicholas Kamm