- United States president Donald Trump has claimed to be the number one page on Facebook
- President Trump says Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg told him he was number one on the social media platform
- The disclosure was made on Monday, 6 January
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United States President Donald Trump has bragged that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg told him he was number one on the social media platform.
The US president made the disclosure during a surprise call-in to Rush Limbaugh's radio show on Monday, 6 January, Daily Mail UK reports.
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Briefly.co.za gathers that President Trump's official Facebook page has 25 million likes, while Kim Kardashian-West's official Facebook page has 29 million likes - meaning that the latter has more likes than Trump.
What President Trump means by being number one is, however, not clear.
The president said: "I had dinner with Mark Zuckerberg the other day. 'He said, 'I'd like to congratulate you; you're number one on Facebook.' "
According to Daily Mail UK, Facebook did not immediately respond to request for comment.
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