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In an unexpected move, Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg sided with President Trump in his feud with Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey.

After Twitter fact-checked one of Trump's tweets about mail-in-ballots, Trump threatened to end Twitter's immunity from liability (lawsuits) by signing an executive order today.

Trump tweeted that mail-in ballots would be "substantially fraudulent." But Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey fact-checked Trump's tweet, essentially moderating the president.

"Per our Civic Integrity policy, the tweets yesterday may mislead people into thinking they don't need to register to get a ballot (only registered voters receive ballots). We're updating the link on @realDonaldTrump's tweet to make this more clear," Dorsey tweeted.

Trump's executive order removing Twitter's status as a public forum will not only affect Twitter adversely, it will also affect Facebook and other social media platforms.

Twitter and Facebook are privately owned companies and can not be regulated by Trump. But Trump can remove their protections by changing their status from public forums to publishers.

Publishers such as bloggers, who edit and delete content, are vulnerable to lawsuits and do not receive special protections from liabilities as forums do.

That's why Zuckerberg slammed Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey, saying Twitter should stop policing what Trump tweets.

"I don't think that Facebook or internet platforms in general should be arbiters of truth," Zuckerberg told "Squawk Box" co-host Andrew Ross Sorkin in an interview that aired Thursday morning. "Political speech is one of the most sensitive parts in a democracy, and people should be able to see what politicians say."

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Dorsey responded to Zuckerberg on Friday, tweeting:

"This does not make us an 'arbiter of truth.' Our intention is to connect the dots of conflicting statements and show the information in dispute so people can judge for themselves."

Ari Fleischer, former White House Press Secretary for George W. Bush, said Dorsey was "incredibly stupid" to correct Trump's tweets. "Where does it end? He hasn't done that to the Iranian president. He hasn't done that to Chinese leaders. Why is he doing it?"

LoLo Jones Disses Drake

Olympian Lolo Jones is back in Black Twitter's dog house for her tweet directed at ESPY Awards 2014 host Drake's slutty ex-girlfriend, Rihanna.

"It's amazing that Drake is hosting the @Espys but it's gonna be tough for him to hand out all those awards to Rihanna's ex boyfriends," she tweeted.

The implication was that Rihanna has slept with athletes in every professional sport. As far as we know, Rihanna has only dated LA Dodgers star Matt Kemp. But Lolo obviously knows something we don't.

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Teleka Patrick

Missing Michigan doctor Teleka Patrick may have suffered from psychiatric disorders ranging from Erotomania to Schizophrenia.

Patrick, a 30-year-old first-year medical resident in psychiatry at the Western Michigan University School of Medicine, was reported missing on Dec. 6, 2013. She was last seen by a courtesy shuttle driver at the Radisson Plaza Hotel, who dropped her off at her car in the parking lot of the Borgess Medical Center where she worked. Patrick had attempted to rent a room at the hotel. But she was unsuccessful for reasons that are unclear.

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Drake and Zoe Kravitz

According to word on the street, singer Rihanna is hurt and confused after photos surfaced online of rapper Drake wooing actress and model Zoe Kravitz on his tour bus.

Rihanna took to her Twitter account today and posted a message that read: "Either keep it 100 with me, or stay 100 feet away from me."

Rihanna tweet

Blogger Tattletailzz seems to think Rihanna was sub tweeting Drake. Drake has admitted to having a "crush" on Kravitz, who is the spawn of singer Lenny Kravitz.

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President Obama and Dan Pfeiffer

President Obama and Dan Pfeiffer

Earlier today, a senior advisor to President Obama tweeted what his subconscious mind was already thinking.

Dan Pfeiffer was responding to a Twitter discussion about political polarization and how the Internet and social media plays a major factor.

He tweeted: "Also a much nigger factor on the right."

What Pfieffer meant to tweet was the word 'bigger' -- but since 'nigger' was already occupying his subconscious mind, that's what came out.

Why is Obama's senior advisor lollygagging around on social media anyway? Is he one of the 800,000 furloughed non-essential workers?

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Cory Booker flirts with stripper

Presidential hopeful Cory Booker has been busy flirting with women on social networks in the hopes that one of them would leak his Direct messages. He got his wish when a Portland stripper named LynsieLee tweeted their private messages on her Twitter timeline, probably with his permission.

Cory Booker flirts with stripper

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Magic Johnson and President Obama

Magic Johnson and President Obama

President Obama's White House guest list is beginning to sound like a joke punchline. Instead of inviting CEO's or experts who know a thing or two about jobs creation, Obama invited NBA legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson to the White House to brainstorm about creating jobs.

As Twitchy.com points out, the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, which is now disbanded, didn't get the job done. So why not invite a sports star who is the face of a multimillion dollar corporation run by silent partners?

Johnson, 54, couldn't contain his excitement when he took to his Twitter account to boast about his biggest achievement -- no, not his 5 NBA championship rings; and not the birth of his son. Something bigger.

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Singer Brandy Performs to 90,000 Empty Seats

According to Black Twitter, R&B singer Brandy was humiliated and embarrassed after performing for just 40 people in a capacity 90,000 seat arena in South Africa on Saturday.

Several concertgoers at the Mandela Sports and Cultural Day concert tweeted that 90,000 concertgoers left before Brandy hit the stage to perform, Perthnow.com reports.

"Brandy [just] performed to an empty stadium. With the stadium lights on," tweeted South African musician, Kabomo. "There are more people there on a random Tuesday... Depressing."

Added @My2_Melo: "I gave up the [minute] I saw the empty stadium. Brandy performing for the chairs!"

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It turns out that Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, aka RG3, is a normal, red-blooded male who enjoys attention from more than one woman. Most men don't get caught sexting with their side pieces on their wedding night though.

Meredith Barber, a VCU student, Hooters waitress and Redskins fan, was busted trying to sell explicit photos and text messages from Griffin, sent to her on his wedding night.

The sexting drama unfolded when Twitter user, Brandon K., sent an email to the Busted Coverage sports blog claiming to have uncovered suspicious tweets between Meredith, RG3, and William Mallow, one of Griffin's groomsmen, the night of Griffin's wedding to college sweetheart Rebecca Liddicoat.

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Hernandezing

As Twitter and other social media proves, most people are followers. They are easily influenced by celebrities and other notables who give them cues on everything from the latest trends to what type of women to date. Last year's craze, popularized and spread rapidly through social media, were 'Planking' and 'Tebowing.' Thank God those trends phased out.

The arrest of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez has launched a new trend called 'Hernandezing' -- or wearing your t-shirt over your arms which are positioned behind your back.

Sports Grid has the details after the break.

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J Cole

A Texas teenager who threatened to blow his little sister's head off if rapper J. Cole didn't retweet his post on Twitter.com was only kidding around.

A rep for the New Braunfels Police Department in Texas told gossip website TMZ.com that the teen had a "bad lapse in judgment."

The police department opened an investigation after receiving tips about the post on the social media network. A photo uploaded with the tweet on Tuesday shows the kid pointing what appears to be a handgun at a little girl's head.

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Keri Hilson new hairstyle

Keri Hilson tweet

Lately, celebrities have begun leaving messages for me in my Direct Message inbox on Twitter.com. Normally I don't share my DMs with the public, but in this case I will because singer Keri Hilson thinks she's slick.

Yesterday morning Keri tweeted this on her Twitter timeline: "It's nice when your hard work affords you the luxury of doing whatever you want, whenever you want. That's the goal, right?"

I responded by tweeting: "Wrong. The goal is to enrich the lives of others, not your own."

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