Cory Booker: Not the president's job to break up companies without any process

In an interview for "This Week," Sen. Cory Booker, one of the 21 Democrats vying for the 2020 nomination, weighed in on Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes calling for the break up of the company.
1:43 | 05/11/19

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Transcript for Cory Booker: Not the president's job to break up companies without any process
Chris Hughes who helped co found FaceBook. As now come out to say. That it should be broken off he says that it is on precedent and on American that this Power One company's word used and breaking case I don't care it's FaceBook the farming industry even agricultural and we've had a problem in America. With corporate consolidation. As having really affects striving independent and reform striving. To drug courts and in the realm of technology. We're seeing more compass small one or two companies controlling significant. Advertised so should they be brought when you again I believe in process. And we should happen I'm person I think while the Justice Department uses antitrust. Legislation to do the proper investigations whole. Industry accountable for corporate consolidation was that warns already out there's him break a FaceBook breakup. Google I I I don't they bring it up Amazon right but I don't think that a president. Should be running around pointing at companies that breaking them up without any kind of process. I'd like against the massive problem in America corporate consolidation absolutely. It's about making sure that we have a system that works out me and my own personal opinion about going after folks out more like. Donald Trump thing to say and Brigham you guy's Noory. Now we need to create systems and processes compared Elizabeth Warren Arnold I I most certainly did not always honest and she is more that same. Well again she has let her. Discuss and debate. Her positions I'm telling you right now we do not need a president that it's becoming news journal personable. Beliefs and tell you which companies which are brick that we need a president it's going enforced antitrust laws in this country I will be that person.

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