Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg was in Minneapolis Thursday night.
He posted on Facebook that he had his first Iftar dinner with a group of Somali refugees in Minneapolis, saying his hosts are "a powerful reminder of why this country is so great."
He spoke to a man who lived in a refugee camp for 26 years about whether America felt like home. He told Zuckerberg: "Home is where you are free to do what you want. Yes, this feels like home."
Zuckerberg says his answer is "a beautiful tribute to America."
You can read Zuckerberg's full post below.
Tonight I had my first Iftar dinner with a group of Somali refugees in Minneapolis.
As a refugee, you often don't get...