Trump accused Facebook, Twitter and Google of bias and support for Democrats

The Us President Donald Trump has accused the administration of social networks Twitter and Facebook, as well as the Google search engine of partiality and support for his opponents from the party of Democrats. The American President wrote about this on Tuesday on his Twitter page.

The President also accused Twitter of creating obstacles for users who would like to subscribe to its page on this network.
“Facebook, Twitter and Google are so biased in favor of the Democrats that it’s even funny,” the American leader wrote. – Twitter, by the way, has created great difficulties for people to join the page of the “real Donald Trump” (@realDonaldTrump, the name of the US President’s account in this microblogging network.
In August, Trump performed in the White house with the statement that the administration of the largest social networks Facebook, Twitter, as well as Google search engine is unfair to the Republicans and conservative Americans, as he was convinced by his own experience. In this regard, he drew attention to the periodic fluctuations in the number of subscribers to the pages of Republicans in social networks, but noted that he was not aware of whether this was happening to the liberal media and organizations.
In August, trump made in the White house with the statement that the administration of the largest social networks Facebook, Twitter, as well as Google search engine is unfair to the Republicans and conservative Americans, as he was convinced by his own experience. In this regard, he drew attention to the periodic fluctuations in the number of subscribers to the pages of Republicans in social networks, but noted that he was not aware of whether this was happening to the liberal media and organizations.
In the same month, trump said that Facebook, Twitter and Google are engaged in rigging the search results of news about him. Soon after that, the head of the national economic Council of the White house, Lawrence Kudlow, promised to conduct “some investigations and some analysis” of Google’s actions, without explaining what the administration representatives are going to do.