BuzzFeed will not be running any ads from the Republican National Committee this sink, according to CEO Jonah Peretti. He announced Monday that the media company has completed a previously agreed-upon advertising enter into negotiations with the RNC.

Peretti specifically quoth presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s rhetoric in an email to faculty explaining the decision, saying Trump’s campaign plans are “directly opposed to the freedoms of our employees in the United States and around the world.”

Peretti accepted BuzzFeed’s termination of the slew symbolizes it’s walking away from a “significant amount” of money.

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Buzzfeed CEO Jonah Peretti announced Monday that the companyhas backed out of a slew to runRNC advertisings.

“We don’t need to and do not expect to agree with its own position or ethics of all our advertisers, ” Peretti wrote in the email. “And as you know, there is a wall between our the enterprises and editorial activities. This decision to cancel this ad buy will have no force on our persisting coverage of the campaign.”

“We surely don’t like to turn away income that monies all the important act we do across the company. Nonetheless, in some cases we must make business exclusions: we don’t extend cigarette ads because they are hazardous to our health, and we won’t accept Trump ads for the exact same reason.”

Here’s the entire text of Peretti’s email to staffers 😛 TAGEND

Hello BuzzFeeders,

I wanted to share with you a business decision we have attained regarding the Trump for President campaign and why we constituted it.

In April, the Republican National Committee signed an agreement with BuzzFeed to waste an important amount on political advertisings slated to lope during the Fall election cycle. As you know, we are adopting advertisings from both republican and democratic nominees and we were pleased to accept this advertising order from the RNC.

Since signing this advertising slew, Donald Trump, as you know, has become the presumptive nominee of his party. The ambiance and element of his campaign are unique in the history of modern US politics. Trump preaches banning Muslims from traveling to the United States, he’s threatened to limit the free press, and made offensive affirmations toward dames, immigrants, successors “of migrants “, and foreign nationals.

Earlier today Buzzfeed informed the RNC that we would not accept Trump for President ads and that we would be completing our agreement with them. The Trump campaign is instantly opposed to the freedoms of our employees in the United States and around the world and in some cases, such as his proposed restriction on international advance for Muslims, would make it impossible for our employees to do their jobs.

We don’t need to and do not expect to agree with its own position or ethics of all our advertisers. And as you know, there is a wall between our the enterprises and editorial activities. This decision to cancel this ad buy will have no force on our persisting coverage of the campaign.

We surely don’t like to turn away income that monies all the important act we do across the company. Nonetheless, in some cases we must make business exclusions: we don’t extend cigarette ads because they are hazardous to our health, and we won’t accept Trump ads for the exact same reason.

Thanks,

Jonah

In December, BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith acquainted reporters that be submitted to Trump as a “liar” and a “mendacious racist” was fair game because the terms are accurate reflections of his campaign.

“BuzzFeed News’s reporting is rooted in facts , not opinion; these are knowledge, ” Smith justified at the time. “There’s nothing partisan about accurately describing Donald Trump.”

Neither BuzzFeed nor the RNC immediately responded to a request for remark from The Huffington Post.

Editor’s greenback: Donald Trump regularly incites political savagery and is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist and birther who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S .

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