A Project Veritas Employee Leaked Ashley Bidens Diary

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A Project Veritas Employee Leaked Ashley Biden’s Diary

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“We had to sort of ‘Veritas’ Veritas in order to get the thing broken,” said Noel Fritsch, publisher of National File.

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