Your Tuesday Wake-Up Call: Amazon Feels the Love. And Facebook Just Gave Publishers the Jitters

$10 millionCalifornia billionaire Tom Steyer is waging a $10 million campaign to convince lawmakers to impeach President Trump. His video ad is to-the-point: He calls Trump "a clear and present danger who is mentally unstable and armed with nuclear weapons." Money says his commercials have run on New York and California broadcast stations, and on cable stations nationally. The ad, posted Thursday on YouTube, has nearly 730,000 views. But what is he really advertising? An opinion piece in the Los Angeles Times has asked if Steyer might have his eye on a Senate seat, adding: "What Steyer has launched is more of a $10-million advertising campaign touting both his cause and himself." Hustler magazine's Larry Flynt is also pledging $10 million to the same cause, but with a different approach: He wants to give the money away to anybody with dirt that takes the president down.Just briefly: Continue reading at AdAge.com Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

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