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Zuckerberg Says He's Ready For A Legal Fight I ...

Mark Zuckerberg is ready to "go to the mat" and fight for Facebook if Sen. Elizabeth Warren becomes president. The Facebook CEO said he doesn't want to be in a fight with the government. But if Warren, a 2020 Democratic candidate, is elected, he expects to mount a legal challenge over any breakup effort. And he expects to win. That's just one tidbit from audio of internal Facebook meetings obtained by The Verge and published Tuesday. During two meetings, which reportedly took place in July, Zuckerberg spoke with employees about a wide range of issues, including the company's Libra cryptocurrency, protecting content moderators and the rise of competitors like TikTok. Warren has been calling for the breakup of tech giants like Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple because, she says, they have too much power over the economy, society and democracy. Facebook isn't just a single social network anymore. Instagram, messaging app WhatsApp and continues to explore VR through Oculus. But Zuckerberg reportedly told employees that splitting up the company won't solve any issues. Zuckerberg, according to a transcript posted by The Verge.

Now playing: Watch this: Facebook co-founder: Time to break up the social network 5:10 In tweets responding to the leaked audio, Warren said she's not afraid to hold big tech companies accountable. Throughout the meetings, Zuckerberg appears to take a more aggressive tone than he has in public, including at congressional hearings. Facebook has been mired in controversy over privacy concerns and election meddling and is facing multiple antitrust investigations. Zuckerberg and other Facebook executives have publicly said they'll do whatever it takes to fix the social network. During the July meetings, Zuckerberg seemed to downplay criticism, telling employees that it should be expected. Zuckerberg said, according to the transcript. Zuckerberg confirmed in a Facebook post on Tuesday that the transcript published by The Verge was from a question-and-answer session he had with employees. Zuckerberg said of TikTok, according to the transcript. In addition, Zuckerberg offered some advice on talking with friends or family who might have a negative opinion of the social network, adding that employees can be ambassadors for the company because they know the "heart" of Facebook. Originally published Oct. 1, 8:23 a.m. Update, 9:52 a.m.