Facebook will not hide posts of Donald Trump according to the CEO of the company Mark Zuckerberg; he called the message made by the President of the United States and sanctioned by Twitter as “divisive and inflammatory rhetoric”.
Through his Facebook account, Mark Zuckerberg finally referred to the controversy that began to unfold once the President of the United States, Donald Trump, basically promised that the National Guard agents would act by shooting the protesters involved in the riots and looting in Minneapolis.
The main Facebook executive published a message condemning Trump’s words, but stating that his social network will not act against the message that they hid on Twitter to glorify violence.
“I have been struggling over how to respond to the president’s tweets and posts all day. Personally, I have a negative visceral reaction to this kind of divisive and inflammatory rhetoric,” he wrote.
Facebook will not hide posts of Donald Trump
Donald Trump first tweeted, which included the warning that “when the looting begins, the shooting begins” from the state, was also replicated as a post in the president’s official Facebook account, and the company’s head decided not to hide his posts. But the social network ignored the request to refer to it, until Zuckerberg finally published it.
The original message is below.