The Six Most Political Ads of Super Bowl LI

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Posted: Feb 06, 2017 7:30 AM

There was no escaping politics during Super Bowl LI Sunday night—with themes ranging from immigration and inclusiveness to messages about equal pay. Here’s a look back at some of the game’s most political commercials.

Airbnb had a message about inclusiveness during its ad that showed faces of different ethnicities with the message: "We all belong. The world is more beautiful the more you accept."

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Coca-Cola’s commercial, which had played prior to Sunday’s game, shows people singing “America the Beautiful” in different languages.

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It’s a 10 Hair Care took a shot at President Trump’s hair with their ad. “America, we're in for at least 4 years of awful hair. So it's up to you to do your part by making up for it with great hair.”

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Audi said the company is “committed to equal pay for equal work,” during its ad. “Progress is for everyone.”

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Budweiser featured the story of its founder, an immigrant in the U.S. who’s told he’s “not wanted here.”

84 Lumber’s message was so political it was forced to remove a border wall from the commercial that aired during the game, but the company urged viewers to check out the unedited version online.