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YouTube channels making money from ads, memberships amplify Trump voting fraud claims

YouTube channels making money from ads, memberships amplify Trump voting fraud claims

OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - At least nine popular YouTube channels were promoting on Thursday debunked accusations about voting fraud in the U.S. presidential race, conspiratorial content that could jeopardize advertising and memberships revenue they get from the video service. Reuters found the channels, ranging from ones with 1,000 followers to more than 629,000, endorsing claims that fact-checking units of the Associated Press,...

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