Sunday, October 24, 2021

Here’s how Trump reacted to boos from the crowd about Facebook

President Donald Trump rallied supporters on Friday night, telling them that his political future lies in 2020. He vowed to win re-election in 2020 and said “we’re gonna be turning out voters all over the country for me — you’ll be helping out very much.” Trump said in addition to the 2020 election, he will be running for a second term.

“The only way I can be president is if I work hard,” he said. “And believe me, I have no interest in running for reelection if I’m not doing a good job. Believe me, and I’m telling you now: I will be so busy working for you that I will not be able to run for president again.”

With that, he turned to Mark Zuckerberg.

“And by the way, remember when I was talking about Facebook? Remember the … ‘Did they break any laws?’”

The crowd then cheered him.

“See, Facebook didn’t break any laws,” Trump said. “You’re under investigation.”

“That’s pretty good, right? They never broke any laws,” he said. “I have great confidence in Mark Zuckerberg. He runs Facebook.”

In a rare moment, the president was interrupted by chants of “lock him up.”

After the chants died down, he addressed Facebook.

“I’ve talked about Facebook a lot. I’ve been talking about Facebook a lot,” he said. “And now we learned that they have decided not to investigate the individuals. Apparently, I can’t blame them, because they didn’t break any laws. Now, their conduct and some of the practices that are being done right now, that’s just simply a disgrace. We are going to have to change the laws of this country. These people broke the law.”

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