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All but one of the major newspapers in the US have endorsed Joe Biden for president.
Despite leading in the polls by double digits, Biden still may not get a landslide. Then an even dirtier battle for the White House will begin.
If audiences are prone to believing conspiracy theories, a public service broadcaster needs new strategies to ensure it reaches them with the truth.
The US president seemingly believed that Twitter had closed its entire social network in order to prevent negative coverage of Biden from spreading.