Facebook/Donald Trump President Trump was asked about Facebook and its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, in a new interview with CNBC's Squawk Box. "I heard he's going to run for president," Trump said. "That wouldn't be too frightening I don't think. But he does have that monster behind him." He also praised Zuckerberg's handling of political ads, which Facebook has taken a hard stand on not fact-checking. "He's done a hell of a job when you think of i...

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