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Facebook's Zuckerberg: Trump's Twitter Shouldn't Be Shut Down

Newsmax Friday, 18 October 2019
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg does not think social media companies such should curtail President Donald Trump's online activities.
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News video: Mark Zuckerberg Slammed by MLK Jr.’s Daughter for Referencing Father in Facebook Free Expression Speech

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The daughter of Martin Luther King Jr. hit out at Mark Zuckerberg after he cited the civil rights leader when talking about Facebook’s free expression challenges. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has the story.

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