served a fresh round of criticism Tuesday for its role in providing President with a massive platform for his reelection fight, which reportedly includes fake endorsements, money-making scams and deceptive information.
At the “” conference at George Washington University, Clinton sounded the alarm on “Trump’s propaganda efforts,” citing a “very disturbing” investigation into his advertising by journalist Judd Legum.
“The Trump campaign is already spending hundreds and hundreds of thousands of dollars on Facebook each week to spread fake endorsements and outright lies about Democrats,” she said. “They have been doing this since after the 2017 inauguration, but it’s getting at an even higher velocity now.”
Clinton added that “even though these posts violate Facebook’s stated terms of