President Trump led a free-wheeling press conference following the White House’s first social media summit on Thursday.
Trump’s speech touched on everything from his Twitter follower count decreasing to his insistence that social media companies are making it difficult for his supporters to follow him.
A handful of conservative commentators and lawmakers spoke at the event as well, including Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri, an anti-abortion activist named Lila Rose, and a lawyer who represents conservative clients like former Google employee James Damore.
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President Donald Trump hosted a free-wheeling meeting at the White House on Thursday where he once again accused social media companies like Twitter and Facebook of censoring him and conservative voices.
It was part of the first-ever White House social media summit, which took place on Thursday at the White House. Attendees included a variety of conservative commentators, activists, and fringe media personalities.
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Trump’s remarks largely focused on his repeated accusation that he’s being censored unfairly by social media companies like Twitter. There has been no evidence …read more
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