WASHINGTON (KRQE) - New Mexico U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce was a little star-struck Wednesday after a meeting with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in the nation's capitol.
Pearce bragged about meeting with "the Facebook dude" on Twitter .
He even posted a picture of him and Zuckerberg along with other members of Congress.
Zuckerberg, the 29-year-old billionaire founder and CEO of Facebook, was making the rounds in Washington on a variety of issues including online privacy, Internet safety and national security surveillance programs.
Facebook is not commenting on Zuckerberg's visit to Washington.
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