The grand irony is that Trump fails to understand or acknowledge the difference between reaching the top spot on one social network or another, and the reason for that often dubious honor.
One year out from the next election, and a unifying candidate strong enough to eject the American billionaire in 2020 is struggling to emerge for the Democratic Party nomination.
[Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez] demonstrated that the social network does not think it is its responsibility to judge the veracity of shared information.
Zuckerberg is throwing the ball back into the politicians’ court.
Aren’t we strong enough ourselves to recognize racism, hate, anti-Semitism, misogyny and so on?
After years of acting irresponsibly, the giants of the internet have addressed moderation with success, more or less.