President Trump slammed Google on Tuesday morning in a three-part tweetstorm over allegations by a former engineer that the company will do everything they can to make sure he doesn't win again in 2020.
Trump explained how CEO Sundar Pichai "was in the Oval Office working very hard to explain how much he liked me, what a great job the Administration is doing, that Google was not involved with China’s military, that they didn’t help Crooked Hillary over me in the 2016 Election, and that they are NOT planning to illegally subvert the 2020 Election despite all that has been said to the contrary."
"It all sounded good until I watched Kevin Cernekee, a Google engineer, say terrible things about what they did in 2016 and that they want to “Make sure that Trump losses [sic] in 2020," Trump continued.
@sundarpichai of Google was in the Oval Office working very hard to explain how much he liked me, what a great job the Administration is doing, that Google was not involved with China’s military, that they didn’t help Crooked Hillary over me in the 2016 Election, and that they...— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 6, 2019
"Lou Dobbs stated that this is a fraud on the American public, Trump continued. @peterschweizer stated with certainty that they suppressed negative stories on Hillary Clinton, and boosted negative stories on Donald Ttump [sic]. All very illegal. We are watching Google very closely!"
On Monday night, Trump tweeted a clip of former Google engineer Kevin Cernekee explaining how the company was distrought after Trump won in 2016 - "Google executives went up on a stage right away and cried - tears literally streaming right down their faces over the fact that President Trump won. They vowed that it would never happen again, and they want to use all the power and all the resources they have to control the flow of information to the public and make sure that Trump loses in 2020.
Trump then tweeted an interview with investigative journalist Peter Schweizer, who explained that Google suppressed negative stories about Hillary Clinton and boosted negative stories about Trump. He added that in 2016, Google thought Trump would lose and didn't need to tip the scales as much. In 2020, they'll "go all in," according to Schweizer.