By The Blaze. President Donald Trump said that he would consider taking action against big tech companies that he thought were discriminating against him during the election.
In a phone-in interview with Joe Kernen on CNBC Monday, the president accused companies like Google, Facebook and Amazon of colluding with the Democrats against his campaign in 2016.
“I can tell you they discriminate against me,” Trump responded to Kernen. “You know, People talk about collusion. The real collusion is between the Democrats and these companies because they were so against me during my election run. Everybody said if you don’t have them you can’t win, well I won, you know, and I’ll win again, because we’re doing well.”
Kernen later asked the president if he believed that the companies had monopolistic power and perhaps anti-trust action was needed by the government against them.
“Every week you see them going after Facebook, and Apple, and all of these companies that are, you know, great companies,” Trump said of authorities in Europe. “But I will say that the European Union is suing them all the time. (Read more from “Trump Has a BIG WARNING for Companies Who Discriminate Against Him” HERE)
Donald Trump Tweets Support for Conservative Voices Banned from Twitter
By The Daily Beast. President Trump tweeted his support for conservative voices that have been banned from Twitter on Sunday morning. The tweet was sandwiched between tweets offering self praise over the tariff deal with Mexico and criticism of former president Barrack Obama. “Twitter should let the banned Conservative Voices back onto their platform, without restriction,” Trump wrote, adding, “It’s called Freedom of Speech, remember. You are making a Giant Mistake!” (Read more from “Donald Trump Tweets Support for Conservative Voices Banned from Twitter” HERE)