A "Fake News" billboard that lit Times Square has been shut off.
The bright red billboard slammed how news outlets spend time covering the President, and encouraged viewers to file complaints with Federal Election Commission.
It was located on top of the Viacom headquarters, but was taken down after just one day.
The ad was paid for by the Committee to Defend the President, a pro-Trump PAC.
An attorney for the committee said it was removed due to multiple complaints against the content.
There is no word if the ad will be moved to a different location.