President Trump may soon establish a White House panel to investigate conservatives’ complaints of online censorship and suppression by social-media companies.
The new body could take the form of a White House commission, the Wall Street Journal reported Saturday.
“Left-wing bias in the tech world is a concern that definitely needs to be addressed,” a White House official said.
Trump has frequently railed against Facebook, Twitter, and Google for allegedly banning or throttling right-wing content — usually using his own 80-million-follower Twitter account to do so.
“The Radical Left is in total command & control of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Google,” Trump tweeted last week, amid reports that the Department of Justice is preparing a federal antitrust lawsuit against the online search giant.
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