Google Head Meets US President Donald Trump

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On Wednesday, March 27, Google CEO Sundar Pichai met with US President Donald Trump to discuss

contracts and current partnerships with the US government. Both sides were satisfied with the outcome of the meeting.

“I just met with Sundar Pichai, president of Google. He strongly stated that he was fully committed to the US military forces, and not to the Chinese military. We also discussed political justice and other things Google can do for our country. The meeting ended very well! ”Trump tweeted.

….Also discussed political fairness and various things that @Google can do for our Country. Meeting ended very well!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 27, 2019

The representative of Google in the comment The Verge confirmed the fact and subject of the meeting:

“We were pleased to have a productive conversation with the president about investing in the future of American workforce, the growth of new technologies and our ongoing commitment to working with the US government.”

Recall that yesterday Pichai also met with the American general and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US Armed Forces, Joseph Dunford , who had previously said that by indirectly helping the Chinese military in developing AI in China. Trump supported this accusation, but after meeting with Pichai, he changed his attitude towards the company.

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