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U.S. President Donald Trump is accusing social media companies of interfering with the upcoming 2018 midterm election. However, it seems to be no evidence at all. In an interview published on Wednesday, Trump said these companies are “super liberal.”

Referring to such big companies, which include Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc, Trump told the press: “I think they already have” interfered in the Nov. 6 election. The report gave no other details.

The President’s accusation added to recent charges he has made of political bias against him by social media companies and search engines. Google and other tech companies have respectfully denied any political bias.

“The true interference in the last election was that — if you look at all, virtually all of those companies are super liberal companies in favor of Hillary Clinton,” he added, referring to his opponent in the 2016 White House contest. U.S. intelligence agencies have confirmed that Russia interfered in the 2016 campaign with the aim of tilting the election in Trump’s favor, although Moscow has denied this.

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