Fox News is running advertisements for “The Kids Guide to President Trump,” a children’s book that will “help your kids understand everything President Trump has already accomplished for America.”
The book was released by EverBright Media, a company run by former Republican Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee. EverBright has been accused of pushing “conservative propaganda” to children.
The ad for the Trump book aired during the Wednesday installment of Your World With Neil Cavuto.
“Hey parents and grandparents,” the ad began, “as we wait to see what’s next for President Trump, Mike Huckabee’s education company wants to help your kids learn all about President Trump’s greatest achievements during his first term.”
The website URL promoted on the ad leads to a website that states, “The mainstream media has been no friend to President Trump, and they’ll never admit that he did a great job leading our country and making the changes that America needs. But , as future voters, our children and grandchildren deserve to understand the truth about President Trump and what made him a great president. “
The website adds that the book will present an “unbiased” portrayal of “everything there is to know, from his election in 2016 and his greatest accomplishments as president.”
The book includes Trump’s campaign pledge to “stop radical Islamic terrorism which was hurting America and many other countries throughout the world,” and how Trump wanted to prevent “dangerous people” from entering the US by “build[ing] a giant wall to help stop them from entering illegally, ” The Daily Beast reported.
The Beast accused Huckabee of “aggressively pushing conservative propaganda for over a decade” through his companies, including EverBright Media.
EverBright Media’s other “Kids Guide” titles include “The Kids Guide to Cancel Culture and Freedom of Speech,” “The Kids Guide to Media Bias & Fake News” and “The Kids Guide to Fighting Socialism.”
The company also features “Kids Guide” titles covering Democratic President Joe Biden, America’s veterans, civil rights, “America’s Greatness,” the Declaration of Independence, “9/11 and The War on Terror,” COVID-19 and vaccination, as well as Easter and Christmas.
In an interview, Company CEO Bradley Saft said he wanted to develop education products that “excite, entertain and engage” children and help them retain more knowledge about US history through “a visual learning experience.”
Although the commercial and website advertise the guide as “free,” the ad mentions that the book is part of a “special offer” that includes EverBright Kids magazine “at a special low price about once a month.”
The website also says that the guide will come with a subscription for new Kids Guides, a streaming video lesson, a digital workbook and the monthly magazine subscription for a combined cost of $ 28.39. Customers must cancel the subscription or request a refund within 90 days if they are not satisfied.
Newsweek contacted EverBright Media for comment.