New York Post
Trump ally Rudy Giuliani gave The New York Post emails allegedly belonging to Joe Biden's son, Hunter. But it's still unclear if they're real or if they were hacked.
The social media platform said it would label, instead of block, tweets containing potentially hacked materials unless they're directly shared by hackers.
The series of events laid out by the conservative tabloid and pushed by Trumpworld strain credibility and suggest a crude political hit.
The thinly sourced article made several unverified claims about Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
"It’s just, as Trump would say, mean and nasty," the tabloid’s conservative editorial board warned.
Both the New York mayor and Gov. Andrew Cuomo lambasted the president's recent comment about bailing out states runs by Democrats.
The New York Post photographer covered the city’s teams for 25 years.
The tabloid newspaper marked Donald Trump's acquittal with a stark front page.
Democratic Assemblyman Simcha Eichenstein also criticized the media for misrepresenting the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community.
"It all got eviscerated because of what happened," the accused rapist and former movie mogul complained in a new interview.