President Trump's administration issued an instrument on Wednesday to highlight social media accounts that may be subjected to unjust censorship for "political bias".
The Administration "Fights Freedom of Speech Online" Wednesday. "Regardless of your views, if you suspect that political biases make you censored or mutilated online, we want to hear about it!"
This move follows months sparring between Trump and social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook and Google. Trump has repeatedly blamed these platforms for censoring the conservative voices that companies flatly deny. The president even threatened to regulate the platforms through government intervention.
Trump met with Twitter's CEO, Jack Dorsey, in April after saying he had lost followers to Twitter, which the president attributes to political bias. with Dorsey to discuss, in part, "the protection of public health health before the US elections by 2020," a Twitter statement said.
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