President Donald Trump is reinforcing his warnings regarding Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerberg following the House’s decision to ban TikTok, the biggest threat to the Big Tech giant. Zuckerberg’s company, Meta, owns three major platforms: Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp. However, Meta has been struggling to compete with the popular Chinese Communist Party’s video streaming app, TikTok. In an attempt to fend off the competition, Meta made significant changes to Instagram to incorporate key features of TikTok. Unfortunately, these efforts have failed to attract young Americans who continue to gravitate towards TikTok instead of Zuckerberg’s apps.

The U.S. House recently passed legislation to address national security concerns related to TikTok, which has shifted Trump’s focus from supporting a TikTok ban to being more concerned about the domestic threat posed by Zuckerberg and Meta. During his first term, Trump led efforts to ban TikTok in the United States, but faced opposition from congressional Democrats. Since then, Meta and Zuckerberg have emerged as significant threats to public freedom. Meta’s censorship of conservatives, combined with Zuckerberg’s efforts to support Democrats, have raised serious concerns.

Trump’s change in stance is a result of the discovery that Zuckerberg and Facebook had a significant impact on the outcome of the 2020 election. The House bill, which passed with a vote of 352-65, would require the parent company of TikTok, Chinese-owned ByteDance, to sell the app.

After the legislation was approved in the House, Trump engaged in a conversation with Newsmax host Greg Kelly to elaborate on his concerns. In the course of the dialogue, Trump promptly shifted focus to Facebook, a social media platform known for censoring and de-platforming conservative viewpoints. He further criticized the CEO of the company, Zuckerberg, for financially supporting initiatives aimed at influencing elections in favor of Democrats.

“Facebook is the enemy of the people,” Trump warned.