Google, based in Mountain View, said in statement that "search is not used to set a political agenda and we don't bias our results toward any political ideology".
President Donald Trump poses for a portrait in the Oval Office in Washington after an interview with The Associated Press. The secretive nature of the algorithms has exposed the company to accusation of bias. And you just can't do that. They're treading on troubled territory.' Which means nothing. And they have to be careful.
They are also expected to be questioned about how Russians were able to use their various platforms to influence the 2016 election and what measures they are taking to safeguard the upcoming midterm contests.
President Donald Trump attacked Google in an early morning tweet on Tuesday that accused the company of prioritizing "fake news" in its search results. His accusations appeared to mirror those in the August 25 piece.
The study uncovering the anti-Trump bias was by PJMedia, which found that in a search on Trump not "a single right-leaning site appeared on the first page of search results".
It's worth saying that libertarians and conservatives aren't totally unreasonable in wanting to investigate whether they're getting fair treatment by tech companies. She did, however, acknowledge that her methods are "not scientific". Trump added. He did not offer any details.
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Trump Foundation, the president's nonprofit, which has been sued by the NY attorney general for alleged violations of state law. A dispute soon broke out between Cohen and Trump over who would pay the former fixer's mounting legal bills.
A query Tuesday morning several hours after the president tweeted showed stories from CNN, ABC News, Fox News and the MarketWatch business site, among others. Conservative media, he claimed, is "shut out".
'We will look into this discriminatory and illegal practice at once!
He threatened that the situation "will be addressed".
Mr Trump repeated his repeated his attack on United States new broadcaster CNN against which he has a history of accusing of reporting so-called fake news.
Google issued a statement through a spokesperson.
In July, Trump blasted Twitter for allegedly depressing the exposure of messages from its conservative users. Last week, the president accused social media platforms of "silencing millions of people".
"Next week, Google, Facebook and Twitter representatives will testify before Congress, discussing censorship and election meddling. I know it's not news to you that this has been going on", he said.