Even as Facebook confronts by far the largest advertiser boycott in its history, the company's sheer number of advertisers may insulate it from too much financial fallout. And it remains an open question whether advertisers can afford to stay away for long

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This is precisely the kind of ad that will get under @realDonaldTrump ’s skin because it exposes him as a blubbery fake patriot who slobbers over the flag as if it were a woman he wants to take furniture shopping. Nice work, @donwinslow ! #DemocratsStandTall 

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