Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg reiterated that he will not compete for any public office, at the insistence of rumors about his alleged presidential aspirations.
As he did in January, Zuckerberg again ruled out that his challenge of visiting this year all the states of the country he did not know have a political reading, according to local press reports today.
“Some of you have asked if this challenge means that I’m going to stand for public office.” “I do this to have a broader perspective to better serve our community of nearly 2 billion people and do the best job possible To promote equal opportunity in the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, “he noted in his Facebook profile.
His goal in this challenge, which has already sparked rumors about his political aspirations in January, is “to learn from the hopes and challenges of people and how they think about their work and communities,” he said in a late-night message. Sunday.
Last Jan. 24 already said he did not aspire to the White House and is focused on building community on Facebook, and working on his philanthropic project Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
The creator of Facebook has been publicly critical of President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, which he has already rejected in the 2016 election campaign.