Donald Trump’s re-election team said it was a ‘bad move’ for Twitter to ban political content as they were prepared to spend more than $10 million in ads on the president’s favorite social media platform in next year’s election. ‘We probably would have spent seven figures, potentially eight figures,’ a senior campaign official told reporters Thursday, according to the Washington Examiner. Twitter announced an end to political campaign and issue ads on its platform earlier this week, calling it an important step in reducing the flow of election-related misinformation. President Trump’s re-election team said it was a ‘bad move’ for Twitter to ban political ads Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced the nee policy earlier this week The president is a frequent Twitter user. He tweeted over a dozen times Friday morning to his 66.4 million followers. But tweets like his won’t be banned. The company is putting a crackdown on sponsored tweets with a political message. The campaign official argued the ban won’t meaningfully impact the upcoming presidential campaign. ‘The Facebooks and Googles of the world, they get the majority of the dollars [for online ads]. But for us, we have a very multi-channel approach,’ he said. ‘[We] never love when… Read full this story
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