(CNN) – Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder and CEO of Facebook, is making his way across the country. In January, he announced his goal for 2017 is to visit and meet with people in all 50 states to find out how people are “living, working and thinking about the future.” But some analysts point out his U.S. tour feels a bit like a campaign trail. Any politician would be proud of these optics.
Organizers said demonstrations were planned in 100 cities across the country. The protests are part of a campaign called "He is not your Dimon," using the diminutive form of the Russian name Dmitry to refer to Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. Prominent opposition figure Alexey Navalny has accused Medvedev of amassing a global property empire through various forms of corruption.