Criticizing U.S. President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration and refugees, Facebook CEO and cofounder Mark Zuckerberg has voiced his concern on this particular decision.
"Like many of you, I'm worried about the impact of the recent orders created by President Donald Trump," Zuckerberg said on a CNN interview, also mentioning in the article, that his family's immigrant history and his volunteer work with undocumented school children.
Zuckerberg in his post said that the U.S. should keep their doors open to refugees and those who want help.
He said his wife Priscilla's would not be here if refugees had turned away.
Trump has signed two executive actions, including one limiting the flow of refugees into the country by instituting "extreme vetting" of immigrants.
The executive order is titled "Protection of the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States".
Zuckerberg said the government should continue to keep the nation safe by focusing on individuals who pose a hazard.
"Expanding the attention of law enforcement past people that are real dangers would make all Americans less safe by diverting resources, while millions of undocumented folks who do not pose a danger will live in fear of deportation," he said.
The latest criticism of Zuckerberg comes after Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg criticized Trump on global coverage.