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Mark Zuckerberg says he had a 'visceral negative reaction' to Trump's post about shooting protesters but says the post will stay on Facebook (FB)

Business Insider Friday, 29 May 2020
Mark Zuckerberg says he had a 'visceral negative reaction' to Trump's post about shooting protesters but says the post will stay on Facebook (FB)Mark Zuckerberg has broken his silence on Donald Trump's warning about "shooting" protesters to say that while he had a "visceral negative reaction to it," Facebook will not take it down.

Facebook has been embroiled in a firestorm of controversy over the past 24 hours, after the US President posted on social media that "when...
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