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President Trump on social media bias: ‘They’re playing with a lot of minds’


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President Trump on social media bias: ‘They’re playing with a lot of minds’

President Donald J. Trump called out social media censorship and bias during a first-of-its-kind summit at the White House yesterday, warning that legislation could follow “if Silicon Valley doesn’t change its ways,” Mark Moore reports for the New York Post.

“I am directing my administration to explore all regulatory and legislation solutions to protect free speech and the free speech rights of all Americans — that’s you people in this room,” the President said at the Social Media Summit at the White House. “We hope to see transparency, more accountability and more freedom — that’s on both sides.”

President Trump recognized the attendees for challenging both the establishment media and corporate censors and bringing more information to light for the American people.

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