The US President has not agreed to give all kinds of freedom on Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has dismissed speculation that he has struck a deal with the US president that would allow Donald Trump to post provocative posts on social media.

According to a report, Mark Zuckerberg said, 
I have heard such speculations, but I want to make it clear that no such agreement has been reached. In fact, the idea is ridiculous.
The idea of  a rapprochement between Mark Zuckerberg and the US president came after a New York Times report last month quoted sources as saying that Donald Trump was free to post on Facebook.

This idea was further strengthened when Facebook refused to take any action on the posts of the US President on its platform.

During protests across the United States following the assassination of George Floyd in May, various posts of the US President were removed or flagged by Twitter as a violation of its policy of inciting violence, but Mark Zuckerberg did not remove or flag them. Had refused

Following the decision, several companies blocked ads on Facebook, while the company's own employees also spoke out against it.

Now, the new report states that Mark Zuckerberg recently spoke at the Question Answer Session on employee dissatisfaction.

He said he had dinner with Donald Trump in October last year, but that doesn't mean it was a deal.

Mark Zuckerberg added that he has been in touch with Donald Trump from time to time, just like former President Barack Obama.

He also pointed to incidents in the past in which Facebook deleted Donald Trump's posts on its platform and highlighted the sources under which the current administration is scrutinized.

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