Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote a post responding to President Donald Trump's claim that Facebook is "anti-Trump."
The company said it will no longer run ads on fake news videos or offensive content.
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The move may seem counterintuitive for a company that makes most of its money from advertising.
Companies that buy targeted advertising through Facebook can choose to exclude users with certain "ethnic affinities" from seeing ads.
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