Trump says Google, Amazon, and Facebook may be ‘very antitrust,’ but stops short of calling for a breakup of the firms

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  • US president Donald Trump said in an interview with Bloomberg that Google, Amazon, and Facebook could be a “very antitrust situation.”
  • It follows Trump’s repeated attacks on Google in recent days over what he perceives as liberal bias in the company’s search engine.
  • He stopped short, however, of saying the tech companies should be broken up.

US President Donald Trump told Bloomberg on Thursday that tech giants Google, Amazon, and Facebook could be a “very antitrust situation.”

In a week in which Trump has repeatedly attacked Google over its perceived liberal bias, the president raised monopoly questions about the firm and its peers.

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