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Fact-checking President Trump’s volley of weekend tweets

The president's latest tweets mangle the facts on French protests, NATO funding, the cost of the Russia investigation, the hush-money payments to his alleged mistresses, and more.

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Meet the Bottomless Pinocchio, a new rating for a false claim repeated over and over again

President Trump rarely stops repeating false statements in response to fact checks, so 14 of his repeated claims make the initial list.

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Sherrod Brown’s tax math on GM moving to Mexico

The senator from Ohio said GM's tax rate would be cut in half if it moved its Lordstown plant to Mexico. That's open to interpretation.

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How President Trump twists government data to suit the political moment

Data are merely weapons to be used to make a rhetorical point, rather than information that might inform policymaking.

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s $21 trillion mistake

The same article she referenced on Twitter would have set her straight. Instead, she gets Four Pinocchios.

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The president’s misleading statements on Trump Tower Moscow: A timeline

President Trump has repeatedly claimed no one close to him had contacts with Russia — or at least that he knew about.

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Does the sentencing bill give early release to drug traffickers, sex offenders?

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) says yes. But he gives short shrift to safeguards in the bill that could keep many of them behind bars.

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A tour through the tumbleweeds of Trump’s thoughts on the Fed

A section of President Trump's interview with The Washington Post utterly confused readers. We try to steer our way through the rhetoric.

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Fact-checking President Trump’s interview with The Washington Post

Here's a guide to nine false or misleading statements made by the president in his interview with The Washington Post

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Trump’s false claim that Obama had the same family separation policy

Time keeps passing by and the president is still shifting blame, refusing to acknowledge the scope of his family separations and defending them with falsehoods.

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