Trump appeared to embrace the focus on the social media network in his comments on Wednesday, which also took aim at more traditional medial outlets, long targeted by the president as "fake news".
Some of Facebook's Russia-linked ads supported President Donald Trump, some boosted Green Party candidate Jill Stein, and others touted Sen. But Russia bought ads on Facebook clearly created to help Trump win the White House, he knows it, and that's why he's posting this tweet now. His tweet Wednesday comes days after the social media company agreed to provide material to congressional investigators probing Russian Federation interference in the 2016 election.
"You really need to see them.to recognize how cynical an effort this was by the Kremlin, how they sought to just accentuate those divisions. and drive American against American", Schiff told MSNBC, adding that Facebook and Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) executives should testify publicly about the issue.
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Several committees are investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election.
He also asked for documents and communications on "any Russian based or foreign funded entity involvement in the US energy market detected on your social media platform" and information on the source of ads "advocating for so-called green initiatives". Russia's communications watchdog has threatened to block access to Facebook next year if the company does not store its data locally.
Texas Congressman Lamar Smith has told the CEOs of Facebook, Twitter and Google's parent company Alphabet to hand over documents related to anti-fracking ads that ran on their sites.