Of course, the commercial should come as no surprise, considering Airbnb CEO and co-Founder Brian Chesky's strong public opposition to Trump's ban and the company's initiatives in response to the executive action. For example, Airbnb recently pledged to provide housing to 100,000 people, beginning with refugees and other people in need, over the next five years.
"We'll start with refugees, disaster survivors, and relief workers, though we want to accommodate many more types of displaced people over time," the company said on a website for the campaign. "To help people around the world facing displacement, we'll work with our community of hosts to find not just a place to stay, but also a place to feel connected, respected, and a part of a community again."
Meanwhile, enforcement of Trump's immigration ban remains temporarily halted after a Friday ruling by a federal judge in Seattle. Check out our full ranking of the best Super Bowl commercials here.