Published: Mon, November 05, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

NBC says it will stop airing Trump immigrant ad

NBC says it will stop airing Trump immigrant ad

"Upon further review, Fox News pulled the ad yesterday and it will not appear on either Fox News Channel or Fox Business Network", ad sales president Marianne Gambelli said in a statement.

The move is a striking rebuke of a commercial promoted directly by a USA president's campaign. The ad ended with a message: "Stop the caravan".

Trump's reelection campaign didn't immediately respond to an email seeking comment.

Asked about organizations pulling his advert on Monday, Trump claimed: "I don't know about it ... we have a lot of ads ... a lot of things are offensive". "We have a lot of ads, and they certainly are effective, based on the numbers that we're seeing".

NBC was first to announce its decision, doing so after a backlash over its decision to show the 30-second spot during "Sunday Night Football".

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After reviewing the ad, NBC said it recognizes its insensitive nature.

Fox News, NBC and Facebook have pulled a Donald Trump campaign advert that has been widely condemned as racist. "Instead of standing with LEGAL IMMIGRANTS and those that follow our laws", he said on Twitter. Who made that decision?

Mr Parscale said the media was trying to control what Americans see and think.

CNN quickly condemned the ad, running multiple articles that condemned the ad and the 2016 GOP election strategy in general as "racist". I guess they only run fake news and won't talk about real threats that don't suit their agenda. "President Trump and his allies will protect our border and keep our families safe".

In fact, he was deported and last snuck in when George W. Bush was president, and he was detained but released by former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, a Trump favorite who later won a presidential pardon. The ad blames Democratic Party immigration policies for the killings. Facebook's rules bar ads from containing "shocking, sensational, disrespectful or excessively violent content". This includes dehumanizing or denigrating entire groups of people and using frightening and exaggerated rumors of danger.

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