President Trump continued his attacks on the tech industry by claiming Google is working to undermine his re-election campaign, citing a disgruntled former employee.

Trump took to Twitter Tuesday morning to launch his latest series of social media attacks against the tech giant. He specifically called out Google CEO Sundar Pichai about a perceived anti-conservative bias the company has that has adversely affected Trump's own re-election campaign.

Trump references Kevin Cernekee, a former Google employee who was fired from the company in 2018. Cernekee has been outspoken about Google having an anti-conservative stance that it has pushed online, even claiming the company plans to interfere in the 2020 Presidential Election. Following a Wall Street Journal profile, Cernekee has been appearing on conservative media outlets to continue pushing this idea.

However, despite Trump and Cernekee’s claims, Google argues that these are baseless and false arguments against the company.

“The statements made by this disgruntled former employee are absolutely false,” Google wrote in a statement following the profile. “We go to great lengths to build our products and enforce our policies in ways that don’t take political leanings into account. Distorting results for political purposes would harm our business and go against our mission of providing helpful content to all of our users.”

Google also revealed that Cernekee was fired for allegedly downloading thousands of confidential files against company policy.

A court order had to be produced to force Cernekee to return everything he had allegedly taken before he was fired. He subsequently produced tens of thousands of pages of documents when he returned the confidential files back to Google.

sundar Google CEO Sundar Pichai tried to ease concerns over the company's possible return to China. Pichai delivers the keynote address at the Google I/O 2018 Conference at Shoreline Amphitheater on May 8, 2018 in Mountain View, California. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images