President Donald Trump has never been the biggest vocal ally of big tech companies since taking office, and that trend continued this week.
In a Monday morning interview on CNBC's Squawk Box, Trump addressed a wide range of topics, with a particular emphasis on his tariff-driven trade war with China. But near the end of the interview, the president gave us some nuggets about big tech companies like Facebook and Huawei.
To kick things off, Trump resurrected the talking point that big tech is biased against him.
"People talk about collusion, the real collusion is between the Democrats and these companies," Trump said when asked about possible antitrust action against Facebook, Amazon and Google. "They were so against me during my election run, everybody said 'If you don't have them, you can't win.' Well I won, you know, and I'll win again." Read more...