Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg asked what Dana Perino said in an exclusive interview about the Silicon Valley, Silicon Valley, Silicon Valley.
"I have not seen a lot sugarberg answered during the sit-down, which airs in full Friday on "The Daily Briefing."
He argued that many conservative media platforms perform "quite well" on Facebook and other California is overwhelmingly left-leaning place. "If you look at the political donations from the tech companies, it's 90-plus percent of them go towards Democratic candidates, so I understand why people would ask the question of 'are my ideas getting a fair shake.' "He said."
Earlier in the interview, Perino asked Zuckerberg about Sen. Kamala Harris' demand that Twitter shut down President Trump's account, which he uses regularly to share his views on a multitude of issues.
Zuckerberg said Silicon Valley should not be taking any action.
"I generally believe that as a principle, people should decide what is credible and what they want to believe, "he said.
Earlier this month, Harris, D-Calif., Said Trump was using Twitter to inappropriately criticize an intelligence community whistleblower who filed a complaint regarding the president's July 25th call with Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky.
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A few months back, the Menlo Park, Calif. firm conducted a yearlong audit in consultation with 1
"Merely asking somebody to listen to conservatives' concerns is not an 'audit,' it's a smokescreen disguised as a solution, "said Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., in August, calling on Facebook to conduct a third-party audit.
Hawley said last month Zuckerberg was" stunned "when he demanded in a face-to Face-to-face meeting on Capitol Hill
Fox News' Christopher Carbone contributed to this report.