Google and Facebook, both owned by Facebook, have become the focus of Trump’s ire and frustration in recent days.
Both companies have taken sides in the debate over the Confederate flag, which has been displayed at a number of events and in the media.
And Trump himself has called for the removal of the flag.
While Trump has often said he doesn’t agree with the Confederate flags, he has called on Google and the social media giant to remove them.
A few hours after Trump tweeted a meme comparing Google and Google Fiber to Nazis, Facebook quickly posted a response to his tweet, saying, “Google and Google are not Nazis.”
Google said it supports freedom of speech.
“We don’t condone hate speech or bigotry, but we also don’t want to create space for hate speech that violates our community guidelines or that is inconsistent with our values,” the company wrote in a statement to The New York Times.
Google said that Google is “committed to supporting a diverse and inclusive environment in all of our products and services.
We have never banned people for expressing their political opinions.”
Google said that it would “be willing to take action against anyone violating our Community Guidelines.”