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Mark Zuckerberg Shuts Down Idea That Facebook Influenced The 2016 Election

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When accusations were flying at Facebook for allegedly helping spread fake news about the 2016 US election, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded by saying the idea that Facebook had any serious impact on the election was a "crazy" one..

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Mark Zuckerberg Shuts Down Idea That Facebook Influenced The 2016 Election

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