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Editorial: Mr. President, please stop Googling yourself

President Donald Trump fired off an angry Twitter broadside against Google before the sun rose Tuesday, accusing the search company of skewing its results in favor of "fake news" outlets at the expense of conservative ones. Relying on reporting from the right-of-center PJ Media site, Trump asserted that Google had "rigged" its search results to "shut out" stories about him from conservative and "fair media" outlets.

He went on to broaden his accusation:

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