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Source: CNet

US President Donald Trump is considering a commission to investigate social media for supposed bias against conservative views, The Wall Street Journal reported Saturday.

Trump frequently promotes his views on Twitter but also has long complained of what he sees as an anticonservative bias online. On May 16 Trump complained, without evidence, that “The Radical Left is in total command & control of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Google. The Administration is working to remedy this illegal situation.”

Trump has long railed against the alleged bias, but a commission could give the government clout.

Trump frequently promotes his views on Twitter but also has long complained of what he sees as an anticonservative bias online.

Twitter permits tweets from Trump and other high-level political figures that otherwise would violate the company’s anti-abuse policies.

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