The national conservative group Club for Growth announced a $1 million ad campaign attacking Donald Trump in Iowa on Tuesday, marking the most direct and well-funded attempt from within the Republican Party yet to take down the Republican presidential front-runner.

Club for Growth president David McIntosh unveiled a pair of TV ads for reporters at a press conference Washington. One accuses Trump of being a closet liberal and shows images of Democratic contenders Bernie Sanders and Hillary Rodham Clinton. The other charges Trump “supports eminent domain abuse.”

McIntosh said the ads, which are being aired by Club for Growth Action, the organization’s super PAC, will hit the TV airwaves later this week.

“He’s playing [voters] for chumps,” McIntosh said of Trump.

Here are videos of the ads:

The ads were released a day before the second Republican debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California. Trump will be positioned on center stage during the debate, reflecting his lead in the polls.

The ads were released a day before the second Republican debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California. Trump will be positioned on center stage during the debate, reflecting his lead in the polls.

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