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Twitter fact-checked a Chinese government spokesman after he suggested the US brought COVID-19 to Wuhan

Business Insider Thursday, 28 May 2020
Twitter fact-checked a Chinese government spokesman after he suggested the US brought COVID-19 to Wuhan· Twitter has labeled two tweets from Chinese government spokesman Lijan Zhao with a fact-check icon.
· Twitter applied the label to the tweets after being questioned by the New York Post over a potential double standard, following the company's decision to fact-check tweets from President Trump.
· Zhao's tweets are from...
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