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Trump campaign trolls Biden after buying URL named for his Latino campaign

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Fox News Flash top headlines for Oct. 23 are here. Check out what's clicking on Just after the Biden campaign rolled out a Latino voter outreach program Wednesday, the Trump campaign quickly figured out another way to "own the libs" by buying the URL for Biden's new campaign slogan. Presidential hopeful Joe Biden, who spent the day campaigning across Pennsylvania and Iowa, announced "Todos Con Biden" to drum up a network of Latino voters to support the former vice president. But the Biden campaign committed a cardinal sin in public relations: they failed to reserve the domain name before they announced the slogan.

Biden Launches First Major Advertising Campaign in Battle Against Trump

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The TV and digital campaign will include English and Spanish ads in Florida and Arizona. Starting on Friday, June 19 - known as Juneteenth, when America commemorates the end of slavery - the Biden campaign will also buy ads in African American print, radio and digital programming in the six states.

Trump campaign provokes Twitter with edited Biden clip to challenge its 'manipulated media' policy

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The media and Democrats push false Trump coronavirus narrative. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. The Trump campaign challenged Twitter on Thursday over its update policies by sharing a manipulated video of former Vice President Joe Biden calling the coronavirus a "hoax." For weeks, the Trump campaign has blasted the Biden campaign after it released an attack ad accusing President Trump of calling the growing outbreak a "hoax" during a campaign rally when he was actually comparing the outrage fueled by his political opponents over the Russia investigation and the Ukraine scandal, which he referred to as "hoaxes." Supporters of the president have accused Twitter of setting a double standard after the platform labeled a clip posted by White House social media director Dan Scavino "manipulated" that showed Biden saying "we can only reelect Donald Trump" out of context but left the Biden ad of Trump alone.

CNN's Tapper called out for failing to fact-check Biden campaign's fracking claim

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Will Biden's comments on the oil industry hurt his election chances?; reaction from Trump campaign senior advisers Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie. CNN anchor Jake Tapper was criticized Sunday after he stayed quiet as Biden campaign senior adviser Anita Dunn claimed that all fact-checkers agree the Democratic presidential nominee is telling the truth about his fracking stance, when the cable network's own fact-checker said otherwise last month. "I think President Trump's claim that Vice President Biden is going to eliminate fracking has been one of the most fact-checked claims of this entire election and, not surprisingly for a claim from President Trump, has been rated false by everyone who has looked at it," Dunn told Tapper on "State of the Union". Howver, Washington Free Beacon executive editor Brent Scher was quick to point out that a CNN fact-checker did not rate Trump's claim as "false", as Dunn had claimed. "Biden campaign, today on CNN: Fact-checkers across the board say Biden is telling the truth about fracking," Scher tweeted.

On the 2020 campaign trail: Where are the presidential candidates today?

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Fox News Flash top headlines are here. With Election Day less than two months away, the presidential candidates have entered the home stretch of the 2020 campaign. Here's where the candidates are – and how they'll be spending their time – on Thursday, Sept. 24: Trump will go to the Supreme Court on Thursday morning to pay respects to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday at the age of 87, according to a pool report of the president's schedule. Ginsburg's death set up a furious partisan battle to fill the high court's vacancy. Trump is slated to announce his nominee on Saturday.