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Tulsi Gabbard Goes After Google Over Post-Debate Ad Sales

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Tulsi Gabbard Goes After Google Over Post-Debate Ad Sales

Tulsi Gabbard Goes After Google Over Post-Debate Ad Sales

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Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) has filed suit in California against Google.

Gabbard claims Google briefly suspended her campaign’s ability to buy ads during critical post-debate hours.

With this lawsuit, it appears Gabbard hopes to buy herself more attention than Google Ads could ever sell her.

The four-term Hawaii congresswoman saw her search popularity spike following the first night of the Democratic debates.

However, the burst of enthusiasm for Gabbard didn't hold.

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