(CNN)A pair of new ads from the Hillary Clinton campaign highlight Donald Trump's past statements in depicting the Republican nominee as a lightweight unfit for office.
New Clinton ads depict Trump as lightweight
One ad features a clip from an interview last August in which Trump said he gets his military advice from "the shows."
"Well, I watch the shows," Trump told "Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd in the interview. "I mean, I really see a lot of great -- you know, when you watch your show and all of the other shows and you have the generals."
The other spot includes an excerpt from an interview that aired on MSNBC in March, wherein Trump cited himself as his primary consultant.
"I'm speaking with myself ... because I have a very good brain," Trump said in the interview.
Each ad closes with the same coda: unlike her opponent, Clinton represents a "steady leader in an unsteady world."
The Clinton campaign did not immediately respond to a CNN inquiry about how much was being spent on each ad.
The ads are airing in Nevada and Colorado, states won by Barack Obama in the previous two elections. But each state, with their diverse electorates, have also been competitive over the last two decades. And each -- like the handful of other swing states that may well decide this year's race -- will be hotly contested by Clinton and Trump.
Thus far, Clinton's campaign has buried the GOP nominee in fundraising and ad spending. Clinton and her allied groups have spent $41 million so far, while Trump's campaign has spent nothing on ads and allied groups $3.3 million, according to Kantar media/CMAG.
The Clinton campaign had $42 million in the bank as of the end of May, compared to just $1.3 million for the Trump campaign.