A new administration is asking the Federal Trade Commission to stop a site that allows consumers to shop for their next car, home, truck or SUV from being able to show ads that feature images of the president.
The FTC wants to stop the site from being listed on a national fsa Webstore, which the agency says is required to show the ads.
The site, fsavory.org, is run by the nonprofit American Automobile Association, which has previously been criticized by the FTC for its ties to foreign governments and is a frequent target of government critics.
The White House said Thursday that it would not allow the site to be listed on the fsa site.
The administration wants the FTC to block it, the White House spokesman said.
The commission did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Trump administration, which took office in January, has faced a series of controversies in recent weeks over how the White Houses White House Council of Economic Advisers has conducted economic analysis.
That group has published a report in March that warned that an unemployment rate of 8.6 percent could be reached within a few months, and has proposed measures to cut the unemployment rate below 6 percent.
The latest round of political and economic controversy began when White House chief economic adviser Gary Cohn said in February that “the world is going to have to go through a period of profound adjustment” as the U.S. and other countries take steps to curb the threat posed by North Korea.
In May, the U of T announced that it was boycotting the 2018 World Economic Forum in the U, due to the conference’s focus on North Korea, in a move that infuriated the U S. and Canada.
In March, the Trump administration announced it would withdraw from the Paris climate change agreement, an action that had been planned for months and could have been expected to hurt the economy.