President Donald Trump on Tuesday threatened Google, alleging that the Internet giant’s search engine is biased against conservative media and promising that the situation “will be addressed.”

Trump reiterated his warning Tuesday afternoon in the Oval Office, saying that companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter are “taking advantage of people” and warning them to “be careful.”

Google has denied ranking search results to "manipulate" political sentiment and said the company constantly works on its algorithms to ensure users get the highest quality content.

Former Utah congressman and Fox News contributor Jason Chaffetz, however, believes that Trump has a point.

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On "America's Newsroom" on Wednesday, Chaffetz accused the companies of manipulating content instead of verifying users and who is supplying that content.

"The consequence has been something that has tilted to the left, and it's not fair, it's not balanced," Chaffetz said.

He said Republican lawmakers have been hesitant to try to regulate these successful big tech companies, but there will be some congressional action on the matter.

He predicted Congress will look into the companies' practice of selling users' data -- particularly that of minors -- in addition to privacy concerns and facial recognition software.

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