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The biggest question Facebook employees have for Zuck: “Can we please change our policies around political free speech? Fact checking and removal of hate speech shouldn’t be exempt for politicians.”

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I just signed a law banning "Zuckerbucks" in Texas. It bans private groups like the one supported by Zuckerberg from spending millions to administer elections like Zuckerberg & others did in Texas. That is a government function not to be messed with by election influencers.

And being a massive Trump fanboy, the only one at the G7 meeting.

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Over six decades on the throne, Queen Elizabeth II has crafted a brightly colored signature look, and her sartorial choices are about more than fashion.

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Texas is going after the drug cartels and the gangs that help them push dangerous drugs like fentanyl. I just signed a law to increase prison time for manufacturing or delivering fentanyl. It also limits probation and parole for these criminals.

"I feel that I'm a partner on this journey of healing, bringing together, unity," Jill Biden said during a brief Q&A with the press, adding that it's not just about America. "It's global, right? It's a global thing."

What a finish! Air Force's Mahala Norris wins the national championship in the 3000m Steeplechase 💪 @AF_TFXC 

32 years ago in Tiananmen Square, Beijing, peaceful protesters calling for political reform were brutally crushed. Since then, China has suppressed those who seek to tell the truth and commemorate June 4. The memory will never fade. The world will never forget.

"This is outrageous. It's very disappointing," Rep. Demings says of the NYTimes report that fmr. Pres. Trump's DOJ subpoenaed data of some House Democrats. “America should be angry about it and we have an obligation to get to the bottom of it and we will.”

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