An Aussie-inspired ad satirizing Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump, along with his controversial if not ridiculously impractical promise to build a US-Mexico border wall, has been banned from major television networks across America.
The ad asks viewers to “get a broader perspective,” as it launches its 360fly 4k camera, a single-lens camera that captures seamless 360 degree video.
The ad is set during the fictional future press unveiling of President Trump’s massive border wall, and shows the 360 degree camera perspective of Mexican mariachi band members and chamber maids tunnelling underneath while Trump brags on unaware.
The ad is the brainchild of Australian-born 360fly CEO Peter Adderton.
It has been banned from major American networks ABC, NBC, and CBS; but you can watch it here on The Yucatan Times.
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