The White House is hosting a social media summit on Thursday. The summit will cover, “opportunities and challenges of today’s online environment.”
But the two biggest social media companies — Facebook and Twitter — aren’t invited to the summit, CNN reported on Monday.
President Trump has repeatedly accused social media companies of being biased against Republicans, and even suggested in late June that the US government might bring suits against Google, Facebook, and others.
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At the White House social media summit on Thursday, the two biggest social media companies in the world won’t be in attendance.
Both Facebook and Twitter aren’t invited, according to a CNN report that cites people familiar with the matter.
President Trump has repeatedly criticized social media giants like Twitter and Facebook. He accuses the companies of bias against Republicans, and has specifically said Twitter stops people from following him.
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