Brad Pitt calls Joe Biden “a president to all Americans” in the World Series campaign ad


Brad Pitt calls Joe Biden ‘a president for all Americans’ as he narrates the campaign ad that aired during Saturday night’s World Series Game 4

  • Brad Pitt narrated a 60 second Biden campaign ad titled ‘Make Life Better’
  • The ad aired Saturday night during Game 4 of the MLB World Series
  • It features Pitt’s voice over heartwarming images of Biden greeting voters of all ages with hugs, handshakes, and high-fives
  • ‘America is a place for everyone,’ says Pitt as he paints Biden as the candidate who can unite people from all walks of life

Hollywood heavyweight Brad Pitt threw his support behind Joe Biden by narrating a campaign ad that paints the Democrat as the unifying force America needs.

The 60-second spot, titled ‘Make Life Better’, aired Saturday night during Game 4 of the MLB World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays.

“America is a place for everyone,” Pitt says of heartwarming images of Biden greeting voters of all ages with hugs, handshakes and high-fives before the pandemic and completely masked after it hit.

“Those who chose this country, those who fought for it, some Republicans, some Democrats, and most just somewhere in between.”

Brad Pitt threw his support behind Joe Biden by narrating a campaign ad that paints the Democrat as the unifying force America needs

Brad Pitt threw his support behind Joe Biden by narrating a campaign ad that paints the Democrat as the unifying force America needs

“America is a place for everyone,” Pitt says of heartwarming images of Biden greeting voters

Pitt goes on to say that all Americans are “looking for the same thing: someone who understands their hopes, their dreams, and their pain.

Listen, bring people together, get up every day and work to improve the lives of families like yours.

‘To look you in the eye, to treat you with respect, to tell you the truth.

To work just as hard for the people who voted for him as those who didn’t.

“To be a president to all Americans.”

The video ends with a clip of Biden and his wife Jill walking across a stage as the ‘Biden Harris’ logo flashes on the screen and the nominee says,’ I approve this post. ‘

Pitt goes on to say that all Americans are 'looking for the same thing: someone who understands their hopes, their dreams, their pain'

Pitt goes on to say that all Americans are 'looking for the same thing: someone who understands their hopes, their dreams, their pain'

Pitt goes on to say that all Americans are ‘looking for the same thing: someone who understands their hopes, their dreams, their pain’

The video ends with a clip of Biden and his wife Jill walking across a stage as the 'Biden Harris' logo flashes on the screen and the nominee says, 'I approve this post'

The video ends with a clip of Biden and his wife Jill walking across a stage as the 'Biden Harris' logo flashes on the screen and the nominee says, 'I approve this post'

The video ends with a clip of Biden and his wife Jill walking across a stage as the ‘Biden Harris’ logo flashes on the screen and the nominee says, ‘I approve this post’

While Pitt himself isn’t in the video, his voice is unmistakably from decades on the silver screen.

The 56-year-old hasn’t been as outspoken about his politics as some in his Hollywood cohort, but did visit the White House when Biden was vice president in 2012.

Pitt has shared liberal views a few times – including at the 2019 Oscars, when he referred to the Trump impeachment process in his Best Actor acceptance speech.

He also poked fun at Trump over the summer when he played Dr. Anthony Fauci on Saturday Night Live.

Pitt is seen visiting the White House when Biden was vice president in 2012

Pitt is seen visiting the White House when Biden was vice president in 2012

Pitt is seen visiting the White House when Biden was vice president in 2012

Pitt ventured into politics over the summer playing Dr Anthony Fauci on Saturday Night Live (pictured)

Pitt ventured into politics over the summer playing Dr Anthony Fauci on Saturday Night Live (pictured)

Pitt ventured into politics over the summer playing Dr Anthony Fauci on Saturday Night Live (pictured)

Biden’s campaign did not disclose how much it paid for the ad and the primetime spot at the World Series.

CNN reported that the ad purchase during last week’s World Series game was estimated at $ 4 million – just a little less than what the campaign spent on ads in the battlefield state of Iowa this fall.

The Pitt ad was the last in a series to be placed in every World Series game by the Biden campaign, including one narrated by actor Sam Elliott.

The campaign has also spawned ad spaces in several other coveted programs, including five NFL games.

Biden’s team raised a record $ 383 million in donations in September and funded its ad spend in the latter part of the election.

Biden's campaign did not disclose how much it paid out for the ad and primetime spot during Game 4 of the World Series (pictured) on Saturday night

Biden's campaign did not disclose how much it paid out for the ad and primetime spot during Game 4 of the World Series (pictured) on Saturday night

Biden’s campaign did not disclose how much it paid out for the ad and primetime spot during Game 4 of the World Series (pictured) on Saturday night

Biden and his granddaughters Natalie (left) and Finnegan (right) attended Sunday morning mass in Wilmington, Delaware

Biden and his granddaughters Natalie (left) and Finnegan (right) attended mass Sunday morning in Wilmington, Delaware

Biden and his granddaughters Natalie (left) and Finnegan (right) attended mass Sunday morning in Wilmington, Delaware

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