Twitter says it's a glitch that's being fixed. President Trump says it's illegal and discriminatory. It's shadow banning, and a number of prominent conservatives say they're victims. Several officials and Republican lawmakers aren't appearing in the social media site's auto-populated drop down search results, and its got those affected fuming. Republican Party chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said suppression of political points of view should concern every American and that Twitter owes the public answers. The President weighed in this morning with a tweet of his own, calling for an end to the practice at once. As for Twitter, it acknowledged the complaints and said it's making a change to its algorithms today. The company said it doesn't make judgments based on political views.
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