Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter profile picture reads “social media.”
But Facebook’s CEO has long been known as a media investor, and his company has been one of the most vocal voices in the Trump White House during the presidential election.
As the president’s chief strategist, Zuckerberg has long touted the company’s value to the American economy, and the company has consistently backed his populist agenda.
But now Zuckerberg is getting a taste of his own medicine.
Zuckerberg has already been a big backer of President Trump’s political campaigns, including his run for the White House in 2020.
He recently announced a $250 million investment in Facebook, the social network he co-founded, which will help Facebook increase its advertising revenue.
It also will give Zuckerberg more power to shape the direction of the U.S. presidential campaign, something that could come back to haunt the president.
Zuckerberg will need to be very mindful of his Twitter feed’s role in shaping politics, especially since the president has repeatedly lashed out at the company.
The president regularly tweeted about Facebook’s social network in his 2016 campaign, and he has used Facebook to push his anti-establishment agenda.
Trump has also threatened to shut down Facebook and other social media platforms that he says are spreading misinformation and fake news, which has prompted many tech companies to suspend the service and shut down some of their accounts.
Zuckerberg is set to meet with Trump again soon to discuss the future of the company, but that meeting is expected to be limited to the topics of digital governance, governance and governance reform.
It’s unclear whether Zuckerberg will also have a chance to discuss other topics that are central to the administration.
The meeting could also come as a distraction from the administration’s attempts to roll back regulations in the tech industry, which the administration has said is creating too many job opportunities for Americans.
Zuckerberg also has been criticized by members of Congress, who have accused him of pandering to the Trump administration.