REVEALED: Google staffers have had at least 427 meetings at the White House over course of Obama presidency – averaging more than one a week

Saturday, April 23, 2016
By Paul Martin

The White House’s close relationship with Google was highlighted in data published Friday
Records show 169 Google employees met with 182 government officials
Google’s top lobbyist paid 128 visits to the White House since 2009
‘Of course’ Google is a frequent guest, company responded in statement

DAILYMAIL.COM
23 April 2016

Newly compiled data reveals Google and its affiliates have attended meetings at the White House more than once a week, on average, since President Barack Obama took office.

Numbers crunched by the Campaign for Accountability and the Intercept show 169 Google employees have met with 182 government officials in the White House.

The meetings took place at least 427 times. The data used spans from Obama’s first month in office in 2009 until October 2015, and includes government meetings with representatives of Google-affiliated companies Tomorrow Ventures and Civis Analytics.

The Google employee with the most visits is the company’s head of public policy, Johanna Shelton, who paid the White House 128 visits.

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