American Cable Association has big problems with Comcast. They say that Comcast routinely violates Antitrust Laws. “These guys are acting much worse, and have much more potential for damage to consumers, than anything AT&T-Time Warner would do.” Charlie Gasparino— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 12, 2018
Comcast said in a statement that the ACA's complaint is "without merit" and "constitutes an inappropriate attempt to gain leverage in the commercial marketplace."
"The video programming and distribution markets are incredibly competitive. New programmers and distribution platforms are offering consumers increasing choices on what and where to watch," the company said in a statement to The Hill.
The president has routinely lashed out at the Comcast-owned NBC News over its coverage of his administration, even going so far as to suggest that its "license" should be revoked.
Trump has no public events scheduled on Monday, and has tweeted on a number of subjects, including the heated Florida elections, the stock market and the deadly wildfires ravaging California.