President Trump's re-election committee released a campaign ad touting the president's accomplishments a day after he was roundly criticized for failing to single out white supremacists and neo-nazis responsible for violence at a rally in Charlottesville, Va.

"Democrats obstructing. The media attacking our president. Career politicians standing in the way of success, but President Trump's plan is working," according to the ad, which boasts that more than 1 million jobs were created during Trump's time in office.

The ad also highlights new highs in the stock market and the military being the strongest in decades.

The president's enemies don't want him to succeed, but Americans are saying, 'Let Donald Trump do his job,'" the ad from his re-election committee said.

The ad comes about a day after Trump denounced violence on "many sides" and refusing to single out the white supremacists and neo-nazis.