- Trump took a swipe at Fb founder Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday.
- In a Fox Information interview with Sean Hannity, Trump lamented “large tech.”
- “He would usually come to the White Home attempting to get goodies — he did not do too nicely,” Trump mentioned of Zuckerberg.
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In a meandering interview with Fox Information opinion host Sean Hannity on Tuesday evening, former President Donald Trump mocked Fb founder and Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
After happening a tangent making an attempt to relitigate his 2020 election fraud lies, Trump mentioned he did “large issues” to curb the affect of “large tech” and talked about Zuckerberg’s secret White House visits.
“He would usually come to the White Home attempting to get goodies — he did not do too nicely,” Trump mentioned.
Airing his grievances over being kicked off of Facebook and other major social media platforms, Trump boasted that he could be reigning in large tech have been he nonetheless in workplace.
“So I believed that he was involved we have been doing issues,” Trump mentioned, with out specifying any laws or government actions. “We have been doing issues. Had we had a second time period, we might have had that a lot, actually, just about below management. We had some unimaginable issues deliberate for giant tech.”
Trump then made a obscure accusation of Fb of breaking the legislation earlier than attending to his “goodies” remark.
A spokesperson for Meta didn’t instantly reply to Insider’s request for remark.
At one other level within the interview, Trump mentioned Kyle Rittenhouse invited himself over to his Mar-a-Lago estate, calling the 18-year-old “a very good younger man.”
Trump’s interview with Hannity Tuesday spanned the complete hour of the present.