When Trump attacks tech, we need to stand up and defend it

By Kate HoltonPublished March 13, 2019 10:52:04When President Donald Trump is attacked, it’s a pretty good indicator that his agenda is about to be derailed.

He’s been taking the heat for days now for what many would consider to be a lack of respect for tech companies.

When the president called Google CEO Sundar Pichai a “parasite” and threatened to ban Google employees from entering the U.S. unless they get on board with his proposed immigration ban, tech companies were outraged.

The backlash wasn’t limited to tech companies: when the president tried to ban the release of information on Planned Parenthood, tech giants were up in arms.

When Trump attacked Facebook for releasing a video showing the illegal selling of fetal tissue, tech stocks were in a tizzy.

It wasn’t the only time tech companies stood up to Trump.

When he attacked Facebook and Apple, tech stock prices shot up, too.

And the fact that the president was able to bully the world’s largest tech company by calling him out in a tweet, when that tweet was so poorly worded and poorly wordled, speaks volumes about how badly the president is playing this game.

And it’s not just tech companies that are in a bind.

Many of the country’s largest corporations, including the big tech companies themselves, have been rattled by the president’s attacks.

In the face of such relentless criticism, the CEOs of many of the companies are running scared.

They’re worried that Trump is going to start a war and they don’t know what to do.

And that could lead to an even more costly and chaotic situation for them.

And that’s where the tech companies come in.

As the world goes through this transition from one Trump presidency to another, the tech sector has stepped up to support and help the country through this unprecedented moment in its history.

That’s why tech stocks are up.

And it’s why there’s a huge opportunity for tech to help steer the country in the right direction.

Inevitably, tech and the tech industry will be the targets of attacks from both sides of the aisle.

But there are ways for the two sides to cooperate.

Let’s not forget that a Trump presidency will also mean an era of tech dominance.

For the first time in decades, tech will dominate the economy, and that’s not a good thing.

In addition to the tech industries, there are many other businesses that have also benefited from a Trump administration that has targeted them.

For example, a recent report by the Institute for New Economic Thinking showed that there’s no shortage of tech companies in need of capital, and many are looking for a way to expand their operations.

There’s also a need for tech talent in the U to get a shot at becoming great tech workers.

And tech companies are already building new offices in places like Chicago, where it’s possible to get good-paying tech jobs.

So, it seems obvious that the tech economy needs a lot of help right now.

What are the ways that the companies can help?

Here are four ways for tech and tech companies to support each other.