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False Information About Presidential Debate - 2020-09-29

F0.png False Information About Presidential Debate September 29, 2020, Jane Lytvynenko , BuzzFeed News

Watch out for documents taken out of context and narratives questioning Joe Biden's mental fitness.

In the first of four presidential debates, former vice president Joe Biden squares off against President Donald Trump. The candidates will discuss COVID-19, the economy, race and protests, and election integrity. We are keeping track of false, misleading, and unverified information about the debates circulating online.

Before passing on any online rumor, take the time to verify it. This can be done by checking how recently an account has been created, keeping a close eye on information from news outlets, or searching online to find another source.

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{{cite news | first = Jane Lytvynenko | title = False Information About Presidential Debate | url = https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/janelytvynenko/false-misleading-claims-first-debate | work = BuzzFeed News | date = September 29, 2020 | accessdate = September 30, 2020 }}