President Trump attacked on Tuesday for what he said he said, "What's the point of failure?"
Mr. Trump's remarks – at about-face from last month, when it said Google's "one of our great companies" is coming out of congressional hearings next week in which executives from many of the country's largest internet companies will be questioned. White House does not like.
On Tuesday, Mr. Trump's ire was directed to Google, which he said is not enough
"Trump News" shows only the viewing / reporting of Fake New Media, "Mr. Trump said on Twitter at 5:24 am "In other words, they have RIGGED, for me & others, so that's almost all stories & news is BAD."
"They are controlling what we can not see," Mr. Trump said. He then suggested his administration would take action against the companies.
Larry Kudlow, the director of the National Economic Council, asked what to do later on Tuesday. "We'll let you know," he said.
In a statement, Google said that its search service was "not used to set a political agenda and we are not biasing any political ideology."
"Every year, we have several moments to go to improve our algorithms to ensure they have high-quality content in response to users' queries," the company added. "We continue to work to improve political sentiment."
Mr. Trump's agenda has been replaced by Alex Jones, a right-wing conspiracy theorist who has been a vocal supporter of Mr. Trump's agenda. Last week, Mr. Trump accused social media companies of "silencing millions of people," and on Aug. 18, he said the industry was "totally discriminating against Republican / Conservative voices."
As evidence for his most recent claims, Mr. Trump said.
Google's search results, however, are based on their relevancy for a given search word.
Mr. Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs has been criticized by Trump's criticism. During the program, Mr. Dobbs was reprimanded for his article on a conservative website, PJ Media, which said that "Trump" was "left-leaning sites. Mr. Dobbs praising the president.
Mr. Dobbs praising the president.
In his early-morning tweet following his remarks against Google, Mr. Trump said: "Major tech companies like Google, as well as Facebook and Twitter. have long seen themselves as unbiased platforms on which people and groups can post their views without interference.
The companies find themselves in the middle of a conflict between the police and the police police their platforms, and those who say they are too much, engaging in censorship. Last week, Facebook, Twitter and Google-owned YouTube removed pages and accounts linked to Iran and Russia-backed groups.
The industry is also facing the prospect of more regulation. Executives from the largest internet companies next week at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing about efforts to prevent foreign meddling in the midterm elections in November, a follow-up to congressional hearings held after the 2016 elections.
Mr. $ 5.1 billion for antitrust violations. Trump's swing at Google is a sharp change from last month. At the time, Mr. Trump called Google "one of our great companies."