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Google, which owns and operates the popular domain name www.google.com, will likely be forced to remove the domain name from the public domain due to the use of it by the Trump administration as a propaganda tool.
The Trump administration is using the domain registration to try to block the news media from covering events related to the election and the inauguration.
The domain was registered to a company called NTL.com and its registrar, GoDaddy, is using it to register a company in the name of the Trump Organization to try and force the company to remove its domain.
The domain name was registered by the US Government on December 17, 2014.
Its first day of use was December 17.
Its last day of registration was January 7, 2020.
The name has become a symbol of Trump’s presidency and the election campaign.
Trump’s team says the domain was not used in the election or the inauguration because it was registered before Trump was inaugurated.
Trump’s campaign website, which is hosted on the same domain name, does not appear to show any signs of having been updated since the registration.
A Google spokeswoman declined to comment.
In the end, the domain registrar was forced to pull the domain.
As a result, NTL will no longer be able to use it for its marketing and public relations work, a GoDaddy spokesman said.
The company is not going to remove any of its existing and planned public domain domain assets because of the use.
The domain name is currently being managed by NTL’s parent company, Go Daddy.