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Facebook Removes Trump Ads Displaying Symbol Used by Nazis

NYTimes.com Thursday, 18 June 2020
Nazis used a red triangle to classify political prisoners during World War II. The Trump campaign said the red triangle in its Facebook ads was associated with antifa, a claim experts rejected.
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