Reuters says Biden still ‘the real president ‘despite VIDEO

Joe Biden is the real president of the United States and not a computer-generated image, Reuters and AP said in fact-checks, after the presidential seal has been tarnished in one video that came from the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

Verification of the facts of online comment on Monday’s signature of the $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure bill was Twitter’s top trend on Friday morning. They faced the questions and speculations as to why great seal of the United States was out of focus in one particular bit of movie.

“Claims that Biden event to sign a bipartisan bill used CGI or that is not the real The president of the United States is unfounded “, Reuters said in their fact-check.

As an example of the false claim, Reuters quoted a tweet from Siraj Hashmi, who I had tweeted “The presidential seal is fuzzy because Joe Biden isn’t really the president.” Hashmi is an independent and frequent journalist online based on satire in A.D.



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The video that generated controversy was posted by Vice President Kamala Harris on his personal Twitter account, rather than the official one. Harris used the video originally tweeted out by the Democratic Party, but it did not give credit.

The DNC had to tarnish the seal to comply with a governing federal statute use of presidential symbols in campaign materials (18 United States Code § 713), the fact-said the lady, quoting a party spokesman.

The statute bans showing the presidential seal or a likeness of it in a way that could create a “false impression of government sponsorship or endorsement of in the United States or by any department, agency or instrumental entity “.

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