"They have it RIGGED, for me & others", he said, blaming Google, part of Alphabet Inc., for what he said was unsafe action that promoted mainstream media outlets such as CNN and suppressed conservative political voices.
Blaming Google for what he said was risky action that promoted mainstream media outlets such as CNN and suppressed conservative political voices, Trump added, "This is a very serious situation-will be addressed!"
Donald Trump has slammed Google for silencing conservative news and opinions in favour of outlets with left-wing views.
"Every year, we issue hundreds of improvements to our algorithms to ensure they surface high-quality content in response to users' queries", the company said. "That's a very serious charge", Trump said, adding that Google, Twitter, Facebook and others "better be careful, because you can't do that to people".
The company, part of Alphabet Inc, denied any political bias in its search engine.
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He specifically called out CNN as a repeat offender, calling it a "very serious situation".
"Google does not manipulate results", Maggie Shiels, a public affairs representative at the company, told PJ Media.
"He doesn't like the coverage he sees, particularly in the Google search results", Roberts said.
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment by the Daily Dot. "I know it's not news to you that this has been going on", he said. The report's findings were gathered from an analysis of Google search results for "Trump" using the search engine's "News" tab.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg will testify before the Senate next week and are expected to be asked about President Donald Trump's claims their social media companies are biased against conservatives.
But the accusation of bias has been around for a while and is a mainstay of how right-wing outlets talk about tech companies like Google.
Mr Jones was also temporarily suspended on Twitter. In an August 20 interview with Reuters, Trump referenced the recent decisions by Facebook and Apple News to remove conspiracy peddler Alex Jones from the platforms, calling the choice "really risky". Far Right-leaning media picked up the story and ran with it.