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Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Shouldn’t Be the ‘Arbiter of Truth’

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Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Shouldn’t Be the ‘Arbiter of Truth’

Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Shouldn’t Be the ‘Arbiter of Truth’

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has seemingly sided with Donald Trump in his recent feud against Twitter.

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