Trump says he ‘won’t let’ social media target conservatives

Trump says he ‘won’t let’ social media target conservatives

President Donald Trump used Twitter to tear into social media companies Saturday morning, claiming they were "totally discriminating against Republican/Conservative voices". "Speaking loudly and clearly for the Trump Administration, we won't let that happen".

The president's remarks came two weeks after YouTube, Apple, Spotify and Facebook took down web pages operated by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, a Trump supporter whose radio show the president appeared on during the 2016 campaign.

"Censorship is a very unsafe thing & absolutely impossible to police", he wrote.

He finished up saying "many voices are being destroyed, which can not be allowed to happen anymore".

The President questioned who is making the censorship choices, adding, "that can not be allowed to happen".

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The President said while networks like CNN and MSNBC might be "fake news", he does not "ask that their sick behavior be removed". "Let everybody participate, good & bad, and we will all just have to figure it out!" he said at the end of a lengthy post on Twitter.

Social media companies, facing pressure from lawmakers and users over their role in the rise of misinformation and partisan division, have promised to step up their enforcement practices.

"It's always an apology", she said, adding social media censorship is a "very real problem".

The president then turned to Russian Federation.

"All of the fools that are so focused on looking only at Russian Federation should start also looking in another direction, China", Trump tweeted Saturday.

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