Sen. Scott Brown's new web ad attempts to tie Warren to Obama

The ad, titled 'Let America Be America Again,' concludes with Brown pledging to never 'demonize' business leaders and business owners for their work.

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    In this May 2 photo, Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass. speaks at Bunker Hill Community College in the Charlestown neighborhood of Boston.
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Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown has released a new two-minute web video tying his Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren to a comment made by President Obama about businesses and the role of public infrastructure.

The ad features Obama saying in part "if you've got a business, you didn't build that," followed by a quote from Warren saying "there is nobody in this country who got rich on his own."

In the full quote, Warren says private businesses benefit from taxpayer-funded roads and bridges. Obama also prefaced his comments by pointing to public infrastructure projects that aid businesses.

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The Warren quote was from a campaign event last year.

The ad, titled "Let America Be America Again," concludes with Brown pledging to never "demonize" business leaders and business owners for their work.

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