- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted that President-elect Biden won the 2020 election in an internal meeting with employees.
- Zuckerberg said: “I believe that the results of the election are clear, and Joe Biden will be our next president.”
- He continued: “The important thing is that people must believe that the election is fundamentally fair, which is vital to the tens of millions of people who voted for Trump.”
- Zuckerberg has yet to comment publicly on the election results. There are also widespread false or unsubstantiated claims about election fraud and requests for recounting on the platform, some of which are marked as misleading.
- He continued to condemn President Donald Trump for participating in the suspicion of the voting process with rare condemnation.
- Zuckerberg said: “When the President of the United States directly shares some of these things, I certainly think it is a challenge.”
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) has been criticized by Congress for his social media platform’s policy of combating misinformation. He acknowledged that Joe Biden “will be our next president”.
In an internal meeting with company employees, the CEO, who ate with US President Donald Trump at the White House, admitted that President-elect Biden had won the 2020 election, and a spokesperson confirmed CNBC.
Zuckerberg said: “I believe that the results of the election are clear and Joe Biden will be our next president.” “The important thing is that people must believe that the election is fundamentally fair. To tens of millions of people.”
Zuckerberg has yet to comment publicly on the election results.
There are also widespread false or unsubstantiated claims about election fraud and requests for recounting on the platform, some of which are marked as misleading. Facebook has been issuing election warnings about controversial misinformation and blocked more than 2 million ads that violated its election guidelines.
The Facebook founder criticized these claims and said that although it is “their right” to dispute the results, he believes that “people’s expected results will be different from the previous ones, which does not help. The expected results.” “According to BuzzFeed News.
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He continued to condemn the president for participating in the suspicion of the voting process in a rare condemnation.
Zuckerberg said: “When the President of the United States directly shares some of these content, I think it is certainly a challenge.” Zuckerberg said.
In addition to the election results, Zuckerberg was also asked by employees at a staff meeting why Trump’s former adviser Steve Bannon was not banned from the platform as he did on Twitter. Bannon said in a video released earlier this month that he would “unscrupulous” the heads of FBI Directors Christopher Ray and Christopher Ray Watch because they are not loyal to Trump.
Bannon said in the video: “I put them in two corners of the White House as a warning to federal officials. You either accept the plan or you leave.” Stay active.
According to Reuters, the Facebook founder argued not to suspend Bannon from Facebook. He said the former consultant did not violate enough policies to be banned.
Zuckerberg quoted a Reuters report as saying: “We have specific rules that stipulate how many times you need to violate certain policies to completely disable your account.” “I think that although the crime here is close to crossing the line, it is clearly Did not cross the line.”