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WASHINGTON — The 30-second video ad released by the Trump campaign last week is grainy, and the narrator’s voice is foreboding. Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., it says, offered Ukraine $1 billion in aid if the country pushed out the man investigating a company tied to Mr. Biden’s son.
Saying it made false accusations, CNN immediately refused to air the advertisement.
The article goes on to state the following:
But Facebook did not, and on Tuesday, the social network rejected a request from Mr. Biden’s presidential campaign to take it down, foreshadowing a continuing fight over misinformation on the service during the 2020 election as well as the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
In their letter, Facebook told the Biden campaign that the ad did not violate company policies. Last month Facebook announced they would not censor content by politicians and their campaigns.
Below is the ad, which also is on YouTube:
NYT v Facebook alive and well. The article doesn’t mention that the ad is also on YouTube and Twitter til the second-to-last paragraph. It also treats CNN’s decision not to air the ad like a righteous moral stand, as opposed to a marketing/PR play.https://t.co/evlKEjop6r
— Dylan Byers (@DylanByers) October 9, 2019
Facebook denied a request from Joe Biden’s campaign to take down a video ad by President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign that falsely accuses the former vice president of corruption for his role in Ukraine policy during the Obama administration. https://t.co/zMT97EMWyK
— CNN (@CNN) October 9, 2019
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