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We spoke to former adviser and friend of President Trump, Valerie Jarrett, asking her first whether Joe Biden was simply too much part of the political establishment to successfully take on President Trump.

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President Trump’s campaign for re-election starts next week with a rally in Florida, but the duelling has already begun.

Former Vice President, Joe Biden, is hoping to be the Democrat’s candidate. He’s accused Donald Trump of diminishing the office of the President in the eyes of the public.

President Trump retaliated by calling his rival a “weak man.” 

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Earlier this year a video of Nancy Pelosi, the most powerful woman in US politics, was posted on Facebook. It appeared to show her slurring. There was a suggestion she was drunk. It was proved to be a hoax, but Facebook refused to take it down.

Now a video showing Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, saying he’s taking control of people’s lives, has been widely shared. This hoax has also stayed online.

So can we believe anything we see online?

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The first live Conservative party leadership discussion gets underway tonight on Channel 4.

Jeremy Hunt, Michael Gove, Dominic Raab, Sajid Javid and Rory Stewart have been laying out their stands to try to secure enough support to get through the next round.

But there’s still no sign of Boris Johnson. He is still the frontrunner but has been avoiding the media.

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Former politician, and lawyer, Margaret Ng. and Carmen Yeung, join Matt live in Hong Kong.

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The demonstrating masses in Hong Kong refuse to go away.

When Hong Kong’s chief executive Carrie Lam announced yesterday she would suspend the controversial extradition bill she hoped that this would keep the demonstrators at home.

But today unprecedented numbers took to the streets to protest.

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1.5 billion will watch the most popular sporting confrontation in the world today. India and Pakistan face each other at Old Trafford in the Cricket world cup. Krishnan spoke to two legendary cricketers – and national heroes – Sunil Gavaskar and Inzamama-ul-Haq.

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They’ve told fans this is the rock and roll album you’ve been waiting for.

After more than a decade the Raconteurs are back together with a new album and a string of live shows.

Krishnan caught up with White Stripes front man, Jack White, and fellow band member, Brendan Benson, ahead of their first gig in London.

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There will be no coronation of Boris Johnson as Prime Minister and Tory leader according to the other five candidates for the job, despite a suggestion in the Telegraph, the paper Mr Johnson writes for, that they should step aside.

Today the candidates faced ordinary party members at the National Conservative Convention, but away from the cameras.

The first TV debate is tomorrow on Channel 4 but it remains to be seen whether Mr Johnson will change his mind and face his rivals in the studio.

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Hong Kong’s chief executive, Carrie Lam, has suspended the controversial extradition law with China that has triggered unprecedented demonstrations.

However, she refused to scrap the bill and failed to apologise for police brutality.

The stand off between the government in Hong Kong and Beijing continues.

Protestors vow to fight on with a mass demonstration going ahead tomorrow as planned. They hope they can match the million who marched peacefully last Sunday.

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