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    Donald Trump has branded Joe Biden a criminal, seizing on reports involving his son Hunter. The US President says the FBI should be investigating his opponent, but Democrats say it’s a smear campaign based on Russian disinformation. As North America correspondent David Lipson reports, Joe Biden isn’t the only one in Donald Trump’s firing line. The President has labelled Anthony Fauci a ‘disaster’ over his COVID-19 handling Subscribe: http://ab.co/1svxLVE

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