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Trump campaign demands apology from Biden after 'ridiculous' cheap fake narrative

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The Trump campaign is demanding an apology from the White House and President Biden's campaign for dismissing videos of Biden's public gaffes and miscues as "cheap fakes" and "misinformation" promoted by conservatives.

Following repeated instances of Biden appearing to stand motionless during public events, being guided offstage by family or allies, or appearing confused during public events, the White House slammed such videos as "cheap fakes" promoted by the Trump campaign and its allies. Cheap fakes, under the White House's definition, are understood as real videos that are cropped or edited in an allegedly deceptive manner.

The Trump campaign fired back on Friday that following Biden's debate performance, "everyone sees there’s NOTHING fake about Biden’s decline."

"It’s only been a week since our fantastic team @TrumpWarRoom & @RNCResearch were wrongly accused of editing ‘cheap fakes’ to make Biden look bad," Trump campaign national press secretary Karoline Leavitt posted on X Friday. "The Democrats, and of course their mouthpieces in the Fake News, peddled this ridiculous lie."


"We actually had to spend time fighting ‘journalists’ on this ridiculous narrative and telling them Americans can believe their own eyes!" she continued. "Now

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