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Hillary Clinton President trump for tweeting about what they described as a “debunked” study, which suggests that “millions” have been manipulated by voters in 2016-blasted, in favor of Google.
The last war of words between the 2016 presidential rivals started when Trump tweeted an unchecked assertion that the search-engine giant “manipulated by 2.6 million to 16 million votes for Hillary Clinton in the election of 2016.”
“Report Just Out! Google manipulated from 2.6 million to 16 million votes for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election! This was! of a Clinton follower, not a trump supporter Google should be sued. My victory was even bigger than I thought!” the President read the full tweet.
Trump’s tweet was seemingly in reference to the claims of Robert Epstein of the American Institute for behavioral research and technology, the tech giant took advantage of what he described as a “Search Engine Manipulation effect,” weigh at least 2.6 million votes compared to Clinton.
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However, many have criticized Epstein’s statement at a Senate hearing in June, with The “Washington Post” describes the report as an incomplete picture.
“This is a claim by a person that, as far as I can tell, has not yet been peer-reviewed or replicated. On its surface, it is doubtful, as well as the methodology behind it. It’s the kind of thing that people in positions of authority – such as, say, a senator or President – may be careful about the spread,” the paper’s Philip Bump wrote on Monday.
Clinton expressed similar doubts.
“The study debunks the it was relate, based on 21 undecided voters,” Clinton, the President said in a tweet. “In the context that about half of the number of people in connection with your campaign, the accused have been.”
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Judicial Watch, which was highlighted in the president’s tweet, told Fox News in a statement, the examine as a shoutout to “encouragement, that the Court Observe, this is a Problem as part of our election integrity project.”