Whistle-Blower to Accuse Facebook of Contributing to Jan. 6 Riot, Memo Says
In an internal memo meant to pre-empt a “60 Minutes” interview, Facebook defended itself and said that social media was not a primary cause of polarization.
Nick Clegg, Facebook’s vice president of policy and global affairs, in 2019. On Friday, he sent a memo to employees to pre-empt a whistle-blower’s accusations.Credit...Stefan Rousseau/PA via Associated Press
(CNN) John Eastman, a conservative lawyer working with then-President Donald Trump's legal team, outlined in a two-page memo a scheme to try to persuade then-Vice President Mike Pence to subvert the Constitution and throw out the 2020 election results on January 6.
By Errol Morris Mr. Morris is the director of a 2013 film about Donald Rumsfeld, “The Unknown Known.”
Trying to understand another human being is often a dismal task. And if not dismal, thankless. What am I supposed to do? Disapprove of Donald Rumsfeld? That’s easy. Perhaps too easy. He was ambitious, driven — also lucky. And, as we all know, he was one of the chief architects of the disastrous war in Iraq.