DOJ Likely To Move Forward with Antitrust Lawsuit Against Google, Even Without Dem Support

DOJ Likely To Move Forward with Antitrust Lawsuit Against Google, Even Without Dem Support


With Democratic state attorneys general preferring to stand on the sidelines for now, the Trump administration is reportedly expected to file an antitrust lawsuit against Google next week.

The Department of Justice has been laying the groundwork for this suit for months, and has sought to create a unified front with both Republicans and Democrats standing against the tech giant, according to Politico.

However, citing unnamed sources, Politico reported that Democratic attorneys general are not likely to join the suit when it is filed next week.

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Axios linked uncertain Democratic participation to the upcoming presidential election. Politico reported some states have a different approach than the Department of Justice, and for now will go their own way.

A number of states “are preparing to issue a joint public statement indicating they are still scrutinizing a wide array of Google’s business practices and may instead opt to join any federal case later,” The Washington Post reported, citing four unnamed sources.

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