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Elizabeth Warren expressed her ire over Facebook running fake ads for Trump — by running a fake ad

Business Insider Saturday, 12 October 2019
Elizabeth Warren expressed her ire over Facebook running fake ads for Trump — by running a fake ad· 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren ran a fake advertisement on Facebook claiming that CEO Mark Zuckerberg endorsed Trump's re-election, taking a jab at the social media platform for allowing the same for President Donald Trump.
· Networks like CNN and NBCUniversal have refused to run ads for Trump with...
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