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Moore's family was apparently selected because he was quoted in an article on cleveland.com as having voted twice for Obama and he campaigned heavily for Donald Trump past year.

"He tells me he loves to run".

Moore also shared the topics they talking about during dinner such as politics, fundraising as well as charity work.

"My personal challenge for 2017 is to have visited and met people in every state in the USA by the end of the year", he wrote.

'He is such an inspiring young man and solution oriented social entrepreneur. He wanted to learn about life on a working family farm.

The Facebook boss met with Daniel Moore and his family at their rural home in OH on Friday.

"And we did give him crystal wine glasses", Daniel Moore says. Moore said Zuckerberg wants to hold a fundraiser to benefit the orphans there.

Zuckerberg visits family farm in Blanchardville
Facebook CEO dinner hosts say he's not running for president

"He cares very much about family and about community", Moore told the Vindicator.

While Zuckerberg denies that he is running for president in 2020, his apparently successful engagements with people in sometimes overlooked parts of the country shows that he could have the wherewithal to campaign well.

"I was completely at ease you know, he is just such a down to earth guy" said Moore.

"He just said I work with a really wealthy philanthropist from California and 90 percent of Americans use his products", said Moore.

The multi-billionaire brought a meal of chicken, fish and cannolis for desert with him.

In a post on Facebook, Zuckerberg said be spent Sunday afternoon with the Gant family, which has a five-generation farm that raises dairy and beef cattle. He ate two brats and some cheese curds and said in his Facebook post, "I do not regret it".

"First time feeding a calf, first time trying unpasteurized milk straight from a cow, first time driving a 70-year old tractor".



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