A few weeks ago, the White House announced a plan to put ads on YouTube and Facebook targeting Russians who might use social media to spread disinformation.
The White House said the ads would reach more Americans than previously seen by the public, and would help fight misinformation about the election.
The new ads are a major step toward the White the president’s goal of spreading the idea that the election is rigged.
But as CNN has reported , it is unclear what exactly the White is trying to do with the ads, which are designed to show people how Russia might influence the election through social media and social media ads.
It’s unclear whether the ads are targeted at Russian government-affiliated groups, which could be an advantage in the long run.
We asked Google for comment and were told the White does not plan to target ads specifically to Russia.
The company said it has received more than 4.7 million comments on the new ads and is looking at the feedback to determine which ads would best help inform the public about the need to be informed about the 2016 election.
We will be sharing more information as we get more information about the specific content of the ads.
A spokeswoman for Google, Jennifer Coates, declined to comment on specific ads.
CNN also contacted Facebook and Twitter for comment.
Google told CNN the new campaign is focused on the need for people to know about the importance of voting and to vote.
Twitter also did not respond to CNN’s questions.
The ads are aimed at people who want to learn more about how to spot fake news, and they aim to educate people about what’s going wrong with the election, spokeswoman Emily Brown told CNN.
The goal is to help people get informed about voting, Brown said.
She said that Facebook has been working with Google to help create a video that shows the process of checking a voter’s voter registration, and the company is also working with Twitter and YouTube to help get the videos to more people.
The Trump administration has taken a hard line on fake news on social media.
Last week, the Justice Department announced a crackdown on social networks after a series of false stories appeared about President Donald Trump.
The fake news crackdown was one of several actions taken by the administration in the wake of a string of fake news stories about the president.
The president’s Twitter account was temporarily suspended for a day in August after the president claimed that a protester who died during a protest at the White Houses inauguration had been killed by the police.
On Monday, Trump fired FBI Director James Comey, who was leading the investigation into Russia’s interference in the election and whether there was collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians.
CNN’s John Bonifield contributed to this report.