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The White House is holding a social media summit, but companies like Facebook and Twitter did not receive an invite. Instead, conservative organizations were extended a welcome. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joined "CBSN AM" to break down what to expect and what the Trump administration could stand to gain.
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