WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he plans to assemble a conference of administrators from real social media platforms in the not so distant future.
At a gathering with traditionalist social media clients at the White House, Trump said he would “be assembling a major conference of the companies in possibly 14 days — they must be here.”
Trump said he would welcome individuals from U.S. Congress to the gathering, and included he may likewise welcome conservative social media clients.
Letter set Inc (GOOGL.O), Facebook Inc (FB.O) declined to immediately comment and Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) did not immediately comment. Be that as it may, three tech organization authorities revealed to Reuters they had not gotten any invitations from the White House.
Trump likewise said he was guiding his organization to “investigate all administrative and authoritative answers for ensure free discourse and the free discourse privileges all things considered,” without expounding.
Representative Josh Hawley, a Republican, said at the occasion that tech companies “would love to close (Trump) up more than everything else.”