Zuckerberg said that if Warren becomes president, the Facebook should sue the AMERICAN gov’t: “You are going to go to the mat, and the fight against

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Leaked audio of comments by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who said to him, saying that the company will probably have no other choice but to sue the U.S. government before being broken up, if Elizabeth Warren becomes president.

The notes, which shall be obtained by The Verge, offer a wide range of topics, and a thorough understanding of the Sorts of thinking about it, and that’s going to be a lot further than the usual stoic CEO to appear in public.

“You have to have a person like Elizabeth Warren believe that the right answer is to break up the business … I mean, if she is elected president, then I would bet we are dealing with a legal challenge, and I’m willing to bet that we are going to win the legal challenge,” Zuckerberg was quoted as saying in two of the Q&A session with Facebook employees, in mid-July.

“And that is what it will do for us? Yes. I mean, I don’t want to go to a major lawsuit against our own government. I mean, that’s not the position you want it, when you have to, you know, I mean, It’s like we have to take care of our own country, and would like to work with our government and do the right thing. But if you look at the end of the day, if someone is going to try and be a threat to something that is real-life, you’ll go to the mat to fight for.”

Zuckerberg goes on to sessions on technology, regulation and social media issues to Oct. 19, 2019, in the Capitol Hill area of Washington, D. C.


Zuckerberg, who will meet with the President and He, and the various D. C. lawmakers last month, is also reported to have said that the size of the company and has helped at the very heart of election interference, while noting that its rival, Twitter, has been inadequate to the suppression of disturbances, because of the less resources.

“This is the reason as to why Twitter may not be as good of a job as we can,” Zuckerberg said. “I mean, she is the face, high quality, and with the same kind of problem. However, they are not an investment. Our investment in the security is greater than the whole revenue of the company.”

Fox News has not reached Facebook for comment.

Warren commented on the story, tweeting that it is a system that allows for the “large companies, such as Facebook, illegal anti-competitive practices” needs to be addressed.

A Facebook spokesperson described the DC’s meeting as “very good” and “constructive,” is focused on “meeting with policy makers in order to hear what their concerns are and to discuss the future of Internet regulation.” He also tweeted a picture last month of shaking hands with Zuckerberg at the White House.

In March, Elizabeth Warren, the Democratic Senator from Massachusetts, proposed a plan that would be the break-up of the biggest tech companies in the country and, in particular, Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple, i.e. the power that they have is great too.

“I want a government that will ensure that even the largest and most powerful corporations in America play by the rules,” Warren wrote in a blog post announcing its plans. “And I want to make sure that it is the next generation of big American tech companies can flourish. In order to do that, we need to stop with this generation of big tech companies are throwing their political power to shape the rules in their favor, and the throwing around of their economic power, to snuff out or buy any potential competitor.”


In its plan, and Warren specifically stated that they want to relax, Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram and WhatsApp, an idea that has gained traction on both sides of the political aisle.

During his meetings with the D. C. co-legislators, can be Done to meet with the Funds. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., who has proposed a bill to ban all functions that enable endless scroll, auto play, and other engaging qualities of social media. Hawley said on Twitter that he had asked the Facebook founder, is to prove that they are serious about bias, privacy and competition and sell it for WhatsApp and Instagram as a presentation to an external audit completed.

“And he said” no ” to both of them,” Hawley tweeted.

S. Hawley also announced that the legislation would be to remove the tech titans’ protection from liability for content provided by third parties on their platforms. Below is the end of the Internet, Censorship and the Law, these companies are in a position to get maintain of Section 230 protection, and if they can prove that they are politically neutral, to a third-party auditor,” a Hawley, spokesman, told Fox News.

Zuckerberg’s visit to Washington was in the midst of an emotionally charged period of time, for Facebook, with lawmakers calling for further investigation of the company is in the midst of security, privacy, and censorship, bias, sure. Facebook currently has an anti-trust probe led by the attorney-general, and a separate anti-trust investigations by the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”).

The agency slapped Facebook with a total value of $5 billion in fines over privacy policy, and the company has agreed to establish a new control upon how the firm makes use of information provided by the user.


This story has been updated with Elizabeth Warren’s reaction to it.

Fox News’ Morgan, Phillis, and James Rogers and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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