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Donald Trump reacted on "Fox and Friends Weekend" to a report of an internal Facebook poll questioning the company's responsibility to prevent the GOP frontrunner from becoming president.

The question, submitted by an employee, read: “What responsibility does Facebook have to help prevent President Trump in 2017?”

A few dozen employees apparently voted for the question to be posed to Zuckerberg, who has spoken out against building a border wall on his Facebook page.

Facebook has issued a statement saying they are politically neutral and would not try to use its product to influence how people vote.

Trump said on "Fox and Friends" that he likes Facebook and can't imagine them doing anything about him, considering his massive following on the social media platform.

"Maybe (Zuckerberg) doesn't like the idea of a wall," he said.

Watch the wide-ranging interview above.

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