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04/11 15:05 CET

Fact or fiction: US media keep tabs on would-be presidents

Fact or fiction: US media keep tabs on would-be presidents

It is not unknown for politicians to bend the truth. Sometimes they are ‘taken out of context’ or ‘misinterpreted’, while on occasion their words just come…