Trump slams Google search as ‘rigged’ — but it’s not

By Hadas Gold in CNN Tech

President Trump suggested that Google’s actions could be “illegal” and he said that the situation would be addressed. He did not specify what actions he would take, or say what laws may have been violated.

Later in the day, the president reiterated his claims to reporters. Trump, without evidence, accused Google of “taking advantage of a lot of people.”

Grouping Google in with Facebook and Twitter, Trump said the tech companies are “treading on very, very troubled territory and they have to be careful.”

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