That’s why … Facebook is removing 216 ads for Trump’s campaign

That’s why … Facebook is removing 216 ads for Trump’s campaign
That’s why … Facebook is removing 216 ads for Trump’s campaign
US media revealed that has removed hundreds of ads from President Donald ’s campaign, including allegations about Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden.

Facebook revealed in a report, on Thursday, that it had removed 216 ads from President Trump’s 2020 campaign, including allegations related to his rival, Abiden, refugees, and the Corona virus, according to the New York Post.

Facebook said the ads violated the site’s policies, which had taken effect to remove them.

According to CBS News, ads from Trump’s page claimed, without evidence, that Biden would significantly increase the number of refugees from Syria, Somalia and Yemen, “despite the health risks of Covid-19.”

A Facebook spokesperson told the site, “We rejected these ads because we do not allow claims that people’s physical safety and health or their survival are threatened by people on the basis of their national origin or immigration status.”

Before being removed, the ads received a trading number of between 300,000 and 350,000, according to the Facebook Ads library.

In August, Facebook removed a video clip of Trump for the first time, due to what it described as “misleading” information about the emerging corona virus.

The clip was part of an interview Trump conducted with the American “Fox News”, in which he said that children are “immune to infection” with Covid-19, while urging him to reopen schools despite the experts’ warning.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, affiliated with the US Department of Health, says that adults make up the majority of cases of the disease so far, but children and infants also contract it and can transmit it to others.

Twitter blocked the same video from its platform after Facebook moved in this regard.

And Twitter had entered into a dispute with the US President, earlier, after the site blocked another tweet about the protests, in Minneapolis, about the killing of the black American, George Floyd, on the grounds that it violated the site’s principles of “glorifying violence.”

Twitter also called on its users to verify the facts under two tweets, by the US President, regarding the mail vote.

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