An average family dinner in Newton Falls, Ohio quickly became a story worthy of their news feed.
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg recently found himself having dinner in the home of a group of strangers. The surprise drop in is part of a challenge Zuckerberg set for himself to visit people in every state and talk to them about the future.
The Youngstown Vindicator said the Newton family only knew they were to receive a “mystery guest” and were pleasantly surprised to find the multi-billionaire at their doorsteps. One of the family members, Daniel Moore, told the Vindicator that Zuckerberg seemed like, “a very cool guy” and is “taking steps to do a lot of very positive things with his money.”
Reports suggest Zuckerberg will be dropping in on more families in the future and told his staff to only pick families of Democrats who’d voted for current U.S. President Donald Trump.
Just this past week, the 32-year-old CEO shared a story of a conversation he had with auto-workers at a Ford assembly line in Detroit.