President Trump is expected to host a number of controversial right-wing media personalities at the White House Thursday for a social media summit.
Social media giants Facebook and Twitter will not be represented at the event.
President Trump has in recent months accused social media companies of censoring right-wing voices on the platforms, an accusation both Facebook and Twitter deny.
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President Donald Trump is facing criticism for hosting controversial right-wing social media personalities and propagandists at a media summit at the White House Thursday that will feature no representation from Twitter or Facebook.
Some of those attending have posted copies of their invites on Twitter, including a pro-Trump activist known as Carpe Donktum, who creates bizarre memes mocking the president’s opponents and praising the president.
Trump has shared several of Carpe Donktum’s videos on Twitter, including posts trolling Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden over allegations of inappropriate touching, and another mocking Democrats for their reactions to Trump’s State of the Union address.
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Among others who have announced their invitation to attend are Ben Garrison, whose cartoon …read more
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