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Campaigns React To Bombshell Emails

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On Wednesday, the U.S. Presidential campaign was thrown into a frenzy. The excitement is over a New York Post article about Hunter Biden and Joe Biden. The Post published "smoking-gun email" featuring Hunter communicating with a Ukrainian official about meeting with his father. Business Insider reports that the Post's story had a number of red flags and loopholes that raise questions about its authenticity. The most glaring question is whether the emails described in the story are legitimate, how they were uncovered, and how the Post obtained them.

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