Mark Zuckerberg dined with a half-dozen U.S. senators Wednesday night as he began an attempt to repair Facebook’s reputation in Washington, Reuters reports. It’s Zuckerberg’s first official trip to the capital since April 2018, when he was questioned by lawmakers for more than two days about privacy issues, election security, and potential regulation. Reuters reports Sen. Mark Warner, the Democratic vice chairman of the Intelligence Committee, organized Wednesday night’s dinner. The Facebook CEO will be on Capitol Hill on Thursday to hold more meetings, including with Republican Sen. Mike Lee, and he’s also expected to meet with the Trump administration. Facebook is facing antitrust investigations by the Federal Trade Commission as well as by state attorneys general.