Saturday, 28 January 2017

Mark Zuckerberg criticizes Donald Trump on immigration

Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg
expressed concern on Friday over
Trump's latest executive orders on
immigration and refugees.
"My great grandparents came
from Germany, Austria and
Poland. Priscilla's parents were
refugees from China and Vietnam.
The United States is a nation of
immigrants, and we should be
proud of that. Like many of you,
I'm concerned about the impact
of the recent executive orders
signed by President Trump"
Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook
post, which cited his family's
immigrant background and his
volunteer work with
undocumented schoolchildren.
"We should also keep our doors
open to refugees and those who
need help. That's who we are.
Had we turned away refugees a
few decades ago, Priscilla's family
wouldn't be here today"
Zuckerberg wrote.
On Friday, Trump signed an
executive order calling for "extreme
vetting" of refugees, following
through on promises on the
campaign trail.

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