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    Hi everyone, would anybody be able to dig deeper on this? It’s routine for us to link to reputable media or original sources in our stories.
    For checks like this, if anyone has expertise on wealth statements and can refer to a near-primary source it will help WT’s reputation for fact-checking.
    Where does Forbes get its material from?

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      I was contemplating to rate some of the net wealth statements as “likely” true or something since Forbes often has different wealth measures differently from other sources. Sometimes they can be widely different by billions.

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    Hi Nick, very nice claim to work on! I’m trying to work the video you attached, I see half screen of it when I open the fact checking report, do you what is the reason?

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      Hi, Mohamed, I’m not sure why it’s doing that. I’m seeing the whole video on my mobile device. The default code on the desktop setting could be to embed tweets instead of videos. We might have to tweak the code so that videos are fully shown.

      Edited: 2018-09-06 16:17:09 By Deleted User + 33 Characters .. + 15% change.‎‎ (Note | Diff)

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        Thanks for flagging. I’ll check this with the tech team now.

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