Zuckerberg for 2020 President?

Jack Berens, Co-editor

Mark Zuckerberg’s charity hired Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign manager and George W. Bush’s 2004 campaign manager in mid-January and has since begun his tour of the country.  He penned a 5,700 word Facebook manifesto countering isolationism’s rise in political culture and the censorship of the free press in response to President Trump’s recent actions.

In accordance with traditional American politicians, Zuckerberg returned to religion and veered away from atheism, planted a community garden, publicly thanked police officers, and planned to visit all fifty states.  Although he denied his aim to run for president in January to BuzzFeed News, rumors have resurfaced in March about his possible candidacy to oppose Trump in 2020.

Keep your eyes peeled because the social network’s founder turns 36 in 2020, which is one year above the constitutional requirement of 35.