Club for Growth declared "mission accomplished" last week as Republican front-runner Donald Trump slumped to second place in Iowa. Now, the fiscally conservative group is hatching a takedown in other early voting states.

Last month, a super PAC affiliated with the club launched a $1 million negative ad blitz against Trump in the Hawkeye State. The ads began airing 24 hours after the first GOP debate and highlighted a handful of policy positions Trump once took that many conservatives would consider antithetical to their interests.

"The polls have made it clear: Trump loses when voters know the truth about him," the group's president, David McIntosh, said Friday.

But while Trump is down by double digits in Iowa, he continues to lead the Republican field both nationally and in the two earliest primary states. Thus, the club is looking to expand their efforts.

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