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Donald Trump's campaign accused Snapchat of acting 'illegally' after the app said it would stop promoting the president's account (SNAP)

Business Insider Wednesday, 3 June 2020
Donald Trump's campaign accused Snapchat of acting 'illegally' after the app said it would stop promoting the president's account (SNAP)· Donald Trump's campaign issued a statement that accused Snapchat of "illegally using their corporate funding" to "rig the 2020 election," after the company announced it would no longer promote Trump's account in its Discover section.
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