The Site, hosted by Soledad O'Brien, is an hour-long TV program devoted to the Internet revolution. It debuted in July 1996 with MSNBC's launch and aired Monday through Saturday, reaching 35 million homes.
Mr Trump's campaign team said they focused on the far-left activist group Antifa, which it said used the symbol.
Facebook said the ads violated its policy against the organized hatred.
"We Will not allow that the symbols represent, filled with hate organizations or hate-filled ideologies, unless they are with the context or condemnation," the Social Network is head of security policy, of Nathaniel of the Same, said on Thursday.
He added: "This is what we saw in this case, with this display, and anywhere where this symbol is used, we would have the same actions. "A screenshot showing the symbol that The ads posted Will be used in a Trump campaign ad and removed by Facebook
on the Website on the pages belonging to President Trump and Vice-President Mike Pence , were online for about 24 hours and had received hundreds of thousands of views, before they were dismantled.
"The inverted red triangle is a symbol of Antifa, so it was in a display about Antifa," Tim Murtaugh, a spokesman for The Trump campaign, said in a statement.
"We would note that Facebook is still an inverted red triangle emoji in use, which looks exactly the same," he added.
Mr Trump has recently Antifa start riots in the street, accused of protests in the US over the death in police custody from African American George Floyd.
The President said last month that he would appoint the anti-fascist group to do a "domestic terrorist organization", even though the experts have questioned his authority to.
Antifa is a protest movement against neo-Nazis, fascism, white supremacists and racism. It is as a loosely organized group of activists without a guide.
Most of the members turn against all forms of racism and sexism, and reject what they see as The Nationalist , anti-immigration and anti-Muslim policy, which Mr Trump has been adopted.in A move likely to be the tomb of The President
James Clayton , Technology Reporter, BBC North America
This fight is the latest salvo in an increasingly tense relationship between the technology giant and the White house.
Mr Trump Hit Back by talking about the "uncontrolled power" of big tech. He Said that section 230 - a bill that protects the Social Media company is legally responsible for the online content of the user to be revoked.
But forget about Twitter for now, Facebook is The Platform that Mr Trump does not care about really. The Social Network is where a large part of its online political advertising budget goes. The Move is likely to make them angry, The President . It also acts as A Warning that Facebook makes - and willing - moderate some of the political content.
As of the 2020 election, it is likely that more and more weight to be placed on what it does - and does not - Take .
Earlier this month, Facebook employee, the decision not to remove or mark spoke against the tech giant, a controversial post from Mr Trump in reference to the protests against Mr Floyd's death.
The President for a comment posted on the Social Network , he would "send in the National Guard ," and warned that "when the looting starts, The Shooting starts". But Facebook said that it is not against his company's policy.
Mr Trump had tweeted the same comments, but Twitter places A Warning about the content,
Some Facebook employees said they were "Ashamed ".