Silicon Valley Could Get Pass in Democrats’ Antitrust Crusade

  • Antitrust appears in party’s platform for first time since ’88
  • Big Tech gives three times as much to Democrats as Republicans

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at an American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees convention on July 19, 2016, in Las Vegas.

Photographer: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren had no problem naming names in her June 29 antitrust speech, calling out Silicon Valley giants Google, Apple and for inhibiting competition. 

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