During an appearance on Fox News this Wednesday, Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows slammed the decision from Facebook’s Oversight Board to uphold the ban on Donald Trump’s account, calling it a “sad day for America.”
“It’s a sad day for Facebook because I can tell you a number of members of Congress are now looking at do they break up Facebook, do they make sure that they don’t have a monopoly?” Meadows said.
According to Meadows, there are two different standards: “One for Donald Trump and one for a number of other people that are on their sites and suggesting that more nefarious things than what the president has been accused of. So this is a sad day for America.”
Meadows went on to say that it’s an even sadder day “for the Facebooks of the world who have actually enjoyed a very wild, wild west kind of regulatory environment.”
“I can tell you that’s going to change,” he added.
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