Watch The New York Times’ First-Ever TV Ad That Everyone Is Talking About

Watch The New York Times’ First-Ever TV Ad That Everyone Is Talking About

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The New York Times ran its first ever TV ad during the Oscars Sunday night, and is everyone talking about it.

Titled “The Truth,” the ad lists conflicting statements that all start with three words, “The truth is.”

“The truth is the media is dishonest,” reads one statement, which appears to be a reference to Donald Trump’s repeated assertion that the media (specifically The Times) is dishonest.

Watch The New York Times’ ad below:

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