Mark Zuckerberg left Capitol Hill last week with his primary mission complete. The attention-shy 33-year-old Facebook CEO had deftly answered or deflected hours worth of questions about how the company dealt with the private information of its users, its relationship with the Trump-campaign linked firm Cambridge Analytica, and congressional concern about how his social media platform had been used by the Russian government to spread disinformation during the 2016 presidential election. But perhaps none of those issues had the cultural resonance — or attracted as much of the ire of conservative activists — as the issue of Diamond and Silk. Sounding an alarm about their perceived persecution, led by Republicans and conservatives, speaks to a larger...
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