The blog post claimed that left-leaning media organizations made up 96 percent of the search results when "Trump News" was searched, with "left-leaning" basically meaning anything that isn't Breitbart or Infowars or PJ Media or other notably reliable places to find news that confirms your hatred of "the libs". The internet company is "hiding information and news that is good", he wrote.
For example, "Project Veritas recently had caught Twitter staffers admitting on hidden camera that they had been censoring conservatives through a technique known as shadow banning, where users think their content is getting seen widely, but it's not".
Trump and some supporters have long accused Silicon Valley companies of being biased against them.
The company reportedly determined the bias of the publications by using a partisan spectrum from the Sharyl Attkisson's media bias chart. "But the Twitter thing to me was. a little odd". And you just can't do that.
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A screen shot of a mix of stories after a Google search for "Trump news".
"I told you so!"
Google's CFO did not admit that the search engine was rigging results against Donald Trump.
US President Donald Trump claimed Tuesday that Google results were "rigged" because searches for "Trump News" brought up negative stories about him, and questioned whether this was legal.
In July, Trump blasted Twitter for allegedly depressing the exposure of messages from its conservative users. In a statement, the company said political sentiment is not in play. She did, however, acknowledge that her methods are "not scientific".
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"They have it RIGGED, for me & others", he said about Google. He promised the "very serious situation" would be "addressed", but didn't give specifics.
In early morning Twitter comments, the U.S. president complained that searches for "Trump News" brought up negative stories about him, and questioned whether this was illegal.
Roberts, a Fox News reporters, tried to explain the president's nonsensical ramblings, but he has little success.
The president has not named Jones - whose reputation he once described as "amazing" - in any of his tweets on the issue.
In the Oval Office later, Trump expanded on this morning's comments. Trump appeared to have been referred to anecdotal accounts and individual cases, and was echoing a complaint that lawmakers like Sen.
'We will look into this discriminatory and illegal practice at once!
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That will not happen here. "The attitude we had was not like we wanted to beat them, they had more hunger than us", he said. That was actually the target from the first day when he was in and we knew about his problems.
The most recent broadside follows the president's 24 August claim that social media "giants" are "silencing millions of people". In congressional testimony, both companies have denied engaging in partisan censorship.
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