"We've secured commitments from (the private sector) to do more. Tim Cook, from Apple, who was here today, who's also on the advisory board," Ivanka Trump told a room of governors, according to a White House transcript, The Hill reported late on Thursday.
This comes at a time when the US Department of Justice's antitrust division and the Federal Trade Commission have divided oversight to investigate technology giants including Facebook, Apple, Google and Amazon for supposed anti-competitive behaviour.
Earlier this year he said he met Pichai to discuss the company's work in China and allegations of anti-conservative bias. Trump later said on Twitter that the meeting went "very well", the report added.
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