Google has reportedly restored an ad it removed from former President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign this week.

The ad, targeted at President Joe Biden’s administration which has seen a rise in inflation and illegal immigration, shows a woman working for the Biden campaign getting rejected by a male voter when she w as trying to see if he was willing to vote for Biden again.

The voter had revealed that he voted for Biden in the 2020 election but when the Biden campaign worker hailed his decision, he questioned whether he really made a good decision back then, stating, “Everything costs more: food, gas, rent.Everything costs more: food, gas, rent.”

The Biden campaign worker argued, “Okay, but Biden’s helping pay rent for “newcomers” to America from around the world.”

The voter responded, saying, “You mean illegal immigrants? I’m struggling to pay my bills, but Biden’s paying rent for illegals? They get handouts and I’m paying for it.”

The Biden campaign worker asked if Biden can still count on the voter’s vote but he made it clear that he would be voting for Trump, arguing, “Things were better before Biden.”

Google initially removed the ad, as pointed out by Andrew Arenge, director of the Penn Program on Opinion Research and Election Studies and a member of NBC News’ Election Unit.

In a post on X, Arenge wrote, “This ad has been removed by Google for a ‘policy violation.’ It was live in the Google archive this morning but I just looked and it’s now been removed. Super PAC spent over $15K targeting it at specific communities near Macon, GA after launching it on April 25th.”

Google faced significant backlash over its decision to remove the ad. Later, Arenge made another post to reveal that Google had reversed its decision and that “The Make America Great Again, Inc. ads are no longer flagged for a policy violation in the Google ad archive.”