Rob Flaherty, the digital director of Biden’s campaign, said on Thursday: “Five days after the election day, we can’t believe that our ads will run normally, or whether our opponents have acquired unfair party affiliations. Advantage.”
Facebook said that technical issues affected the two presidential elections. CNN has asked the Trump campaign for opinions.
Both events use Facebook ads to encourage and solicit event donations, and tens of millions of dollars have been spent on the platform this year.
The Biden campaign criticized Facebook̵
Facebook said in a statement on Thursday: “No ads have been suspended or rejected by anyone, or out of any partisan considerations.”
Facebook said these technical issues were the result of changes in political advertising policies in the last week of the event.
These restrictions came into effect on Tuesday, and the policy change has caused problems for Facebook’s automated systems, which need to review and approve ads before they can be published on the platform.
Facebook spokesperson Andy Stone told CNN that as of Thursday night, some problems continue.
The company said that some of the problems were also caused by the campaign’s failure to understand Facebook’s instructions regarding its new rules.
Flaherty said on Thursday: “We don’t know whether Facebook has given Donald Trump an unfair election advantage in this particular situation, but it’s clear that despite four years of preparation, Facebook has no Be prepared for this election.”