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The Witch Is Back…Clinton Eyeing Control Of Facebook…

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Hillary Clinton didn’t win the presidency in 2016, so is there another job she would like to have? The former Democratic Party nominee considered the question Friday at Harvard University and said she would like to run Facebook.

During an event at which she received the prestigious Radcliffe Medal for “transformative impact on society,” Clinton was asked which company she would like to lead as CEO.

Without any hesitation, Clinton named Facebook, noting that the social media giant has vast power and controls the flow of information.

“It’s the biggest news platform in the world … but most people in our country get their news, true or not, from Facebook,” she said.

The response drew mixed reactions on social media, though the attempt to put her name on the table may not be so out of the ordinary. Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg openly endorsed Clinton’s candidacy while a co-founder of the social media giant, Dustin Moskovitz, led a nearly $30 million effort to defeat now-President Donald Trump.

What do you think, how long would you keep Facebook knowing Hillary was in control? Let us know in the comments below…

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