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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wanted to make clear on Monday that while he did recommend that the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg at some of the campaign staff that the move “should not be construed as a recommendation.”

Speaking during a conference call with reporters, Zuckerberg said he and Buttigieg have made a few of my friends from school, and a number of his colleagues on Facebook and had asked him to pass along their resumes in South Bend, Ind. the mayor, in the hope of getting a job on a presidential campaign.

“This should not be misunderstood as if I am deeply involved in the efforts to get support for his campaign or anything like that,” said Zuckerberg during the interview.

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Both can be Done, and Buttigieg was at Harvard, with the Ivy League school, overlapped in 2003 and 2004. Buttigieg was born in 2004. He holds a masters degree in history and literature, while the Sorts of a famous away from the school, in its second year.

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Zuckerberg’s comments, on the advice of Buttigieg’s campaign was as social-media platform, announced the formation of a president’s spending tracker that allows users on the site to see some of the regions to be the candidates to focus on, and if you are using an ad ran on Facebook, Instagram, or Friends.

The news also comes on the heels of what many have referred to as Buttigieg’s best to debate the implementation of the europe 2020 strategy-the campaign of the season, the normally stoic mayor’s shows, rare, out car demonstration to be challenging in stride. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., her health care plan, and the former yugoslav Republic of Beto O’rourke of Texas, to gun control.

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“I don’t think it’s okay for a little bit, also, at the time,” Buttigieg confirmed in an interview with reporters last month. He added: “Sometimes I think that I have misread it, because I’m laid-back. I interpreted it as without the shedding of blood.”

Buttigieg’s debate performance, I saw him a big boost in the polls, with a recent USA Today/Suffolk poll of Iowa caucus-goers to show him surpassing Vermont’s Sen. Bernie Sanders for third place, behind Warren, the former Vice-President, Joe Biden.

On Fox News’ Hillary Vaughn, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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