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Why Is Everyone Talking About Killing of Qassem Soleimani?

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Trump’s Facebook Campaign:

Trump campaign was using a drone strike to build support for his reelection only within three days.

President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign is wasting little time capitalizing on the assassination of Iranian Generation Qassem Soleimani. Just three days after the death of the head of Iran’s Quds Force, in an airstrike that is near to Baghdad’s international airport felt that the beginning of world war III.

The president’s  Trump reelection campaign began to run hundreds of ads. These ads are praising the Trump for ordering the killing of Qassem Soleimani.  The decision that had been declined by presidents George W. Bush as well as Barack Obama.

Facebook ads of Killing Qassem Soleimani:

On Tuesday, Facebook had taken down a few dozen of the ads. In these ads, some of which ads appeared to violate the site’s policy against using the fake buttons in the ads. And Facebook did not respond to a request for the clarification. Not only are the users readying themselves tweet-by-tweet for destruction.

But they have also been tearing themselves apart over the claim of elaborate foreign psychological warfare, coordinated disinformation campaigns, and manipulation from bots. Everyone talking about the murder of Qasemm soleimani.The site is awash with false or unconfirmed information.

Commander in chief’s Swift actions:

These words are said “Thanks to the swift actions of our Commander-in-Chief, Iranian General Qassem Soleimani is no longer a threat to the United States, or the world,” read one ad.

“Take the Official the Trump Military Survey today to let me know what you think of my leadership as Commander-in-Chief.”

The survey meant to collect contact information for future outreach. It contained questions like this “Do you stand by President Trump in his decision to take out the very dangerous Iranian terrorist leader, Qassem Soleimani?”

Reelection Campaign:

In the end, it asks the respondents for their name, zip code, email, as well as a phone number. Those who provided their phone number, according to a footnote, consented to receive texts, automated calls, or phone calls from the president’s reelection campaign as well as the Republican National Committee.

The Trump campaign did not return a request for the comment. It is typically very active on Facebook. It is also having spent $2.3 million on more than 33,000 different ads over the past 30 days, which is according to the Facebook ad library report.

These active ads about the Soleimani killing, as of Tuesday, made up 590 of those placements at an undetermined cost.

Over the past 30 days, the Trump campaign has far outpaced. Its Democratic rivals in terms of the number of ads placed on Facebook. The nearest challenger of these ads is Pete Buttigieg.

And the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, who has paid for approximately 14,000 ad placements. It is also followed by billionaires Michael Bloomberg and Tom Steyer.

However, the bulk of Facebook content in the form of ads about the conflict appears not only to be genuine. But it is also coming directly from the president.

And on the president’s Facebook page, there are not any of the issues that you see on Twitter, no fighting, no fake news,  just lots and lots of happy commenters.

 


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