Many of us see him as a leading force in the tech industry, and he really is. But there have been speculations that Zuckerberg may actually want to lead not only the Facebook team but even the nation as a whole.
Zuckerberg has traveled wide, and his journey has put him in a position to dine and wine with leaders of some of the most powerful nations in the world. And the journey of Donald Trump to the Whitehouse is enough proof that someone may not even have to be a hardcore politician to take a seat right there in the Whitehouse.
Mark Zuckerberg hasn’t indicated that he is interested in being president, but the things he has been up to may be hinting at that possibility. He vowed to travel to 30 US states so that he would have met people from all 50 states by the end of this year.
About a week to Christmas, Zuckerberg posted on Facebook that even though he had questioned religious matters, he broke through his skepticism and he now believes that religion is “very important.” Well, we all know that a person who isn’t religious can’t be voted as a president here in the United States, so we can just imagine that Mark Zuckerberg is gradually positioning himself as someone to be voted for.