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White House Responds to Musk Airing Twitter's Dirty Laundry

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The White House is classifying new revelations about Twitter's censorship during the 2020 presidential election as a "distraction" and claiming CEO Elon Musk's decision to publish internal conversations about the banning of stories related to Hunter Biden's laptop -- which revealed Joe Biden's close business partnerships with foreign adversaries -- is nothing notable. 

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The White House has said repeatedly they are "watching" Musk and Twitter closely. 

Musk, who first published the information over the weekend, is promising to reveal more about the leftist bias and political censorship at the social media platform in the coming days. 

Meanwhile, members of the leftist media who helped censor stories during the 2020 election are melting down or dismissing the transparency as an "attack on the First Amendment." 

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