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Biden campaign asks Facebook, Twitter and Google to take down Trump ad

Reuters Friday, 11 October 2019
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's campaign sent letters over the last week to Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google, asking them to take down a social media ad from President Donald Trump which the Biden campaign said contained false claims.
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