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Trump campaign rips Facebook decision to ban political ads

According to the Washington Examiner:

The Trump campaign fired back at Facebook after the social media giant’s CEO told employees the company will implement new strategies close to the election.

Samantha Zager, deputy national press secretary of the Trump campaign, said Facebook’s latest policies, which include preventing new political ads one week before the election and posts from campaigns it deems prematurely declare victory, are an attempt by the “Silicon Valley Mafia” to prevent President Trump from defending himself from political attacks during the final stretch of the contest.

“In the last seven days of the most important election in our history, President Trump will be banned from defending himself on the largest platform in America. When millions of voters will be making their decisions, the President will be silenced by the Silicon Valley Mafia, who will at the same time allow corporate media to run their biased ads to swing voters in key states,” Zager said in a statement given to the Washington Examiner.

2 thoughts on “Trump campaign rips Facebook decision to ban political ads”

  1. Not a fan of FaceBook or any other website that encourages a user to reveal personal information without any protection from stalkers or predators.
    However, my Grandchildren get their news of the day from FaceBook, yes, they do and so do millions of young people who never watch old established TV programming.
    CNN? never. FOX? no way.

    So.
    Will political ads on FaceBook, et al, change anyone’s mind of who best to lead our country? Dunno. .

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