Home Top Stories A Trump campaign ad used doctored photos of Biden Top StoriesVideos A Trump campaign ad used doctored photos of Biden By Mayukh Saha - August 6, 2020 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin ReddIt Email President Donald Trump campaign use doctored photos of presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden to try and portray the former vice-president alone and inside. CNN’s Daniel Dale reports. #Trump #CNN #News RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Top Stories Cyber attack disrupts South Africa’s port terminals, plus House holds hearing on 6/1 Capitol attack Videos ‘Housing boom that we’re seeing right now has legs for years’: Strategist Videos Gathered Foods CEO on raising awareness about plant-based seafood Recent Posts Trump explains why he is canceling Jacksonville RNC activities Brian Stelter reacts to airport lines: What the hell happened there? Adobe down after-hours despite posting EPS, revenue beat Livestream: The first 2020 presidential debate on CNN How Olivia Rodrigo & Cardi B RALLY In Support For Each Other! Most Popular Cyber attack disrupts South Africa’s port terminals, plus House holds hearing on 6/1 Capitol... Yahoo Finance’s Jessica Smith reports on the cyber attack at the South African port and the first day of the Jan. 6th insurrection hearing. The housing boom still has great resiliency’: JLL Income Property Trust CEO Allan Swaringen, JLL Income Property Trust CEO and President, joins Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro and Alexis Christoforous to discuss the outlook on the housing... San Francisco bars set to require proof of vaccination The San Francisco Bar Owner Alliance has come out in support of establishments requiring proof of vaccination to be admitted inside. Yahoo Finance's Dani... FOMC meeting preview, COVID-19 shakes up Olympic sponsorships, US home sales drop in June RSM Chief Economist, Joe Brusuelas, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the upcoming FOMC meeting and how the meeting will hit important topics that could... Fareed’s Take: Why America’s anti-vax problem is unique Fareed gives his take on the role Republican politicians and conservative media figures have played in spreading misinformation about Covid vaccines.