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Trump slams FBI, Dems: “They are laughing their asses off in Moscow”

The FBI failed to follow through on a tip about Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz in January. It apologized last week for its failures, and Florida Gov. Rick Scott called on FBI Director Chris Wray to step down. In a tweet late Saturday night, President Trump tied that failure to the Russia probe:

In a follow-up tweet, Trump returned to the Russia collusion denials, saying his national security adviser H.R. McMaster failed to tell the whole story when he called the latest Russia probe indictments proof that meddling took place in 2016:

President Trump this morning:

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Zuckerberg admits Facebook "breach of trust"

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Mark Zuckerberg weighed in on what he called the "Cambridge Analytica situation" today in a Facebook post, saying there was a "a breach of trust between Facebook and the people who share their data with us and expect us to protect it. We need to fix that."

Why it matters: Facebook has been under extraordinary pressure from lawmakers, regulators and Wall Street to respond to the issue.

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Zuckerberg's Cambridge Analytics comments fail to calm lawmakers

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The Trump-linked data firm Cambridge Analytica is at the center of a growing scandal for Facebook. Photo: Jack Taylor/Getty Images

Facebook's response to the controversy over Cambridge Analytica's illicit gathering of its user data haven't satisfied many of its critics on Capitol Hill.

Why it matters: New data privacy regulations would upend Facebook's business model, so the company is looking to address lawmakers' fears this week.