Do you have questions for Glenn Kessler, a.k.a. the Fact Checker? Kessler anchors The Washington Post’s Fact Checker blog, which started as a column in 2008 and was revived this year as a permanent feature that evaluates the truth (or lack thereof) of statements made by political figures.
Kessler, an award-winning journalist who pioneered fact-checking statements by presidential candidates, has covered foreign policy, economic policy, the White House, Congress, politics, airline safety and Wall Street. He was The Post’s chief State Department reporter for nine years, traveling around the world with three secretaries of state. He also spent 11 years as a political correspondent at Newsday, where his investigative reporting on airline safety garnered multiple awards and led to the indictment of airline executives and federal officials.
Whether you’re wondering exactly what a Pinocchio is, have questions about the recent GOP debates or want to know more about his blog, leave your questions for Kessler in the comment thread below. He’ll respond to questions in the comment thread, and we’ll round them up in a blog post next week.
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