The New York Times aired its first television commercial since 2010.
The ad aired during the Academy Awards, in which host Jimmy Kimmel, and award nominees and winners, aimed their comments towards Donald Trump.
The New York Times seized an opportunity to make a statement about facts in their ad titled, "The Truth Is Hard."
There are no captivating images featured in the ad. Instead, a series of statements and ideas appear against a white background that seemingly conflict one another, like, "The truth is a woman should dress like a woman," and "The truth is women's rights are human rights."
Other statements like, "The truth is the media is dishonest," and "The truth is alternative facts are lies," appear one after another at frenetic intervals that culminate in a cacophony that is silenced by the newspaper's proclamation to deliver truth.
"The truth is hard. The truth is hard to find. The truth is hard to know. The truth is more important now than ever."
Naturally, the ad irked Trump to, once again, make a public complaint against the Times on his favorite Internet platform.
Unfortunately, Trump failed to report actual facts, just as he called Meryl Streep an "overrated" actress, who was exalted by her peers led by Kimmel for a standing ovation during the ceremony last night.
So what did Trump miss in his tweet this time? Keep reading to find out.