Trump Factchecker Chooses Donald Trump's 12 Top Lies of 2019, One From Each Month, and We're Not Sure How He Narrowed It Down
Journalist Daniel Dale began the presidency of President Donald Trump working as Washington DC bureau chief for the Canadian newspaper Toronto Star.
His expertise was called upon to head a new project for the Star tracking the "false claims" of Trump.
Trump Falsely Claimed 'Only 25%' Want Him Impeached and a Fact Checker Has Theories of Where He Got That Number
President Donald Trump is treading water as support for his impeachment continues to rise.
A new Washington Post-Schar School poll shows that 58% of Americans support the House's decision to launch an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, with 49 percent supporting the President's total impeachment and removal. The surge of public support for impeachment in the 16 days since the House announced the inquiry runs in diametric opposition to the long-held belief of Republican and Democratic lawmakers alike that impeachment would amount to political suicide for Democrats.
Fox Business Host Tries to Explain Away Donald Trump's Latest Lie About a Call From the Chinese, and Joe Walsh Is Over It
President Donald Trump has made over 12,000 "false statements" since his inauguration in 2017, according to the Washington Post. The President's penchant for lying is well-known to the American public—except to those who won't acknowledge it.
Fox Business host Stuart Varney seems to be one of those people.
At a campaign rally on Thursday night, President Donald Trump told a slew of lies about everything from pre-existing conditions to oil production to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's electoral votes in the 2016 election.
While no one in particular was surprised that Trump told a lie, one of the lies stood out: he claimed to have won Michigan's Man of the Year.
President Donald Trump spoke to chemical workers in Pennsylvania on Tuesday. The speech was supposed to be about energy, but it quickly went off the rails.
Though he was there on an official presidential visit, not a campaign event, that didn’t stop him from using the slur “Pocahontas” to refer to Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), telling the workers to “make sure we win” in the 2020 presidential election, or from joking about the possibility of there being no election at all.
Donald Trump Just Warned About 'Very Bad People in Government' and Now Everyone's Making the Same Joke
For his first interview since former special counsel Robert Mueller's testimony, President Donald Trump took to his favorite network to discuss the developments with Fox News host Sean Hannity, one of the president's most ardent supporters.
Both made numerous false claims. Hannity told viewers before the interview that Russia was actually seeking to help Hillary Clinton with its misinformation campaign in the 2016 election (they were trying to help Donald Trump). Trump claimed that the Russia investigation was tantamount to treason.
We Now Know Where Donald Trump Got His Claim That Google Searches Are Rigged Against Conservatives, and We're Not Surprised
Early Tuesday morning, President Donald Trump jumped on Twitter to whine that when he Googled "Trump news" - only the "Fake New [sic] Media" appeared in the results. The president suggested Google was "rigging" the internet and "shutting out" right-leaning news sites.
Specifically, Trump claimed that 96 percent of "results on “Trump News” are from National Left-Wing Media, very dangerous."