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Trump: What Big Tech companies are doing is very bad

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Trump: What Big Tech companies are doing is very bad

Trump: What Big Tech companies are doing is very bad

US president Donald Trump said "there is no question that what the Big Techcompanies are doing is very bad".

His comments came as Congressional lawmakersbegan questioning the chief executive officers of Apple, Facebook, Google andAmazon on Wednesday over their dominance and allegations of monopolisticpractices that stifle competition.

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