Big Tech controls more and more of the news and information we read. Although Big Tech platforms employ few, if any, journalists, most Americans read news on large tech platforms, such as Facebook News and Google News. 

Donald Trump Jr. Launches News Curator App

Big Tech controls more and more of the news and information we read. Although Big Tech platforms employ few, if any, journalists, most Americans read news on large tech platforms, such as Facebook News and Google News. 

Big Tech controls more and more of the news and information we read. Although Big Tech platforms employ few, if any, journalists, most Americans read news on large tech platforms, such as Facebook News and Google News. 

Without intervention, more small and local news publications will go out of business, and many conservative and diverse voices, like The Free Press, will lose their news platforms.

Donald Trump Jr. is looking to change the game and improve the playing field for conservative news sites.

“I am tired of the leftist propaganda they call “news” that’s being forced onto our phones. That’s why I just launched a new mobile app that delivers mainstream news WITHOUT mainstream bias,” said Trump Jr. in an email for the MxM News App.

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“Want to read the news I am reading? News that cuts through the mainstream bias that has left our society divided and misinformed,” Trump Jr. added.

According to the app’s website, MxM News delivers curated news that cut through the censorship, mainstream bias, and institutional dominance that has left society divided and misinformed.

The platform allows readers to access the news that matters, particularly when it is being ignored. Updated minute-by-minute with news coverage from a diversity of publications and topics, readers have a one stop to be informed and stay informed.

To learn more about the news curator and download the app, you can click here to be redirected to the site.

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