Fake News appeared before the US Parliamentary Party along with Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Twitter’s CEI Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to respond to allegations of misinformation in the election and hate speech.
Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google (Alpha) Inc. and Sundar Pichai, for spreading fake news in the US five days before the presidential election, providing misinformation in the election and responding to allegations of hate speech CEI appeared before the US Parliamentary Party (US Senate) along with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. During this time, the American cinematographer struggled to take the name of Sundar Pichai and became a joke character. Despite many attempts, he was not able to take the name of Sundar Pichai properly.
The American cinematographer became a joke when he could not pronounce the name of Sundar Pichai despite trying several times. Someone was addressing him by the name of Sundar Pick-Eye, while someone was speaking Sundar pih-chai. Some US lawmakers were pronouncing his name Sundar Pee-Chey. The parliamentary party hearing the case included senators from both the Republican Party and the Democratic Party. After this news, American senators have started pulling on social media. People are commenting on this by making a mim of it.
These senators were seen struggling to take name
According to the news of Bajfeed, the wrong name of Sundar Pichai was first mentioned by Senator Roger Wicker, chairman of the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. He called Sundar Pichai a beautiful pick-i and asked him to put his point before the committee. Senator Amy Klobuchar then referred to her as Sundar P-Che, though she later corrected her pronunciation and called Sundar Pichai by the correct name.
Then, Senator Marsha Blackburn, Senator Maria Cantwell and Senator Mike Lee also called her Sundar Pick-Eye. Most American lawmakers on this committee called Sundar Pichai the Sundar Pih-chai. Whereas, the Senators members correctly pronounced the names of Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg.