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The Deputy manager of Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign hit The New York Times on Wednesday in a letter to the newspaper’s executive editor, — the paper’s rays cover from the former Vice President of the investment in the Ukraine.
The letter, written by Kate Bedingfield, Dean Baquet of the times, criticized the paper for the “give it top-billing” to “Clinton-Cash” author Peter Schweizer in a Wednesday op-ed under the title “What did Hunter Biden, Was Legal – that’s the Problem,” CNN reported.
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In his article, the Swiss asserted self-dealing was Biden in the Ukraine, while Vice-President.
Bedingfield it goes on to criticize The Times, ” Ukraine-reporting to big. She writes that the newspaper had a “oversized hand, which is get rid of in a baseless conspiracy theory” promoted by Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, that Biden acted improperly in to help, a Ukrainian attorney.
Then the times of the “active participation” of a “smear campaign” against Biden raises, citing an article entitled “Biden faces conflict of interest questions, which will Be Funded by trump and allies.”
The times later, she pushed back against the Biden campaign official claims, according to a statement by CNN.
“Our coverage of the Biden campaign, and Hunter Biden was fair and right,” wrote the newspaper, adding it “will continue to be Biden to meet Joe with the same tough and fair standards that we apply to all of the candidates in the race, and we are happy to sit with Biden adviser at any time to the discussion of the news-reporting.”
The Times: “the Declaration stressed that the Swiss story was published to this section in the opinion, “where your mission is to invite intelligent discussion on a number of opinions and ideas.”
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The Biden campaign also sent letters to Twitter and Facebook on Wednesday, asking them not to run ads from the Trump campaign, promoting what they described as conspiracy theories about the three-piece in the Ukraine, according to CNN.