Taking a look at what didn’t happen this week

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Taking a look at what didn’t happen this week

On Friday, The Associated Press has found that stories circulating on the internet that actor and director Clint Eastwood donated a ranch and other assets to President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election are untrue.
The Associated Press has found that stories circulating on the internet that Hillary Clinton is New York’s new attorney general are untrue.
On Friday, The Associated Press has found that stories circulating on the internet that a federal judge has ruled that Special Counsel Robert Muller overstepped his authority by bringing charges against Paul Manaofrt are untrue.
Kyle Busch, right, talks with a crew member at practice for the NASCAR Cup series auto race at Dover International Speedway in Dover, Del., on May 5. Busch is alive and well, despite a report online claiming he killed himself. The story from Sports Analog, which bills itself as offering “sports updates worldwide,” isn’t true, Busch spokesman Bill Janitz told The Associated Press on Tuesday. The false story claimed that Busch shot himself at his North Carolina home at 11:46 a.m. Monday. The story said the news “shocked the whole nascar (sic) community.”

Taking a look at what didn’t happen this week

On Friday, The Associated Press has found that stories circulating on the internet that actor and director Clint Eastwood donated a ranch and other assets to President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election are untrue.
The Associated Press has found that stories circulating on the internet that Hillary Clinton is New York’s new attorney general are untrue.
On Friday, The Associated Press has found that stories circulating on the internet that a federal judge has ruled that Special Counsel Robert Muller overstepped his authority by bringing charges against Paul Manaofrt are untrue.
Kyle Busch, right, talks with a crew member at practice for the NASCAR Cup series auto race at Dover International Speedway in Dover, Del., on May 5. Busch is alive and well, despite a report online claiming he killed himself. The story from Sports Analog, which bills itself as offering “sports updates worldwide,” isn’t true, Busch spokesman Bill Janitz told The Associated Press on Tuesday. The false story claimed that Busch shot himself at his North Carolina home at 11:46 a.m. Monday. The story said the news “shocked the whole nascar (sic) community.”
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