Donald Trump on Saturday addressed a report that Facebook’s employees had voted to ask CEO Mark Zuckerberg if the company had a responsibility to try to stop the Republican presidential front-runner from winning the White House.


In a phone-in interview with “Fox and Friends,” Trump was asked about the leaked internal poll and Zuckerberg’s comments that Americans need to look past people who call for building walls.

“Well, I never met him, I never spoke to him, and he never mentioned me by name so perhaps he’s talking about somebody else,” Trump said of Zuckerberg. “But we do have to have a wall; we need security; we need borders — and if we don’t have borders, we don’t have a country.”

Trump also suggested that Facebook would not take any action to oppose his campaign because he is so popular on the social media site.

“I think Facebook is good, and I can’t imagine them doing anything,” he said, adding, "I'm one of their great stars."

On Friday, the technology site Gizmodo published a screenshot of an internal poll that Facebook employees were using to vote on questions to ask Zuckerberg during a company meeting in March. One of the questions being voted on was “What responsibility does Facebook have to prevent President TrumpDonald John TrumpLondon terror suspect’s children told authorities he complained about Trump: inquiry The Memo: Tide turns on Kavanaugh Trump to nominate retiring lawmaker as head of trade agency MORE in 2017?”