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Steve King and Donald Trump: mutual fans and echoes

President Trump and Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) have often echoed each other in public statements. Here's a guide.

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Can Trump claim credit for $26 billion in savings on prescription drugs?

The president claims his policies are working, pointing to a $26 billion decline in generic drug prices. But much of that would have happened no matter who was president.

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What really happened in the White House Situation Room?

Democrats and Republicans have told different stories about the showdown with Trump. We parse through the rhetoric.

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A guide to understanding the administration’s spin on terrorists at the border

We unpacked the numbers being used by the Trump administration.

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Elizabeth Warren’s claim that minimum wage supported her family in the 1960s

Warren said the minimum wage “would pay a mortgage, keep the utilities on, and put food on the table.” Is that possible?

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Trump’s claim that job growth is due to companies ‘moving back’

President Trump says he's convincing companies to move back to the United States. There's some evidence of that, but the data are mixed.

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Fact-checking President Trump’s Oval Office address on immigration

Over the course of his nine-minute speech, Trump painted a misleading and bleak picture of the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Your fact-checking cheat sheet for Trump’s immigration address

Here's a guide to 20 suspect claims that the president may say tonight.

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President Trump’s nonsensical claim that Mexico is paying for the wall

More than 200 times, Trump promised that Mexico would pay for the wall. Now he falsely says he's keeping his promise through the revised trade agreement with Mexico and Canada. That's bunk.

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The Trump administration’s misleading spin on immigration, crime and terrorism

The Trump administration often pumps up numbers linking crime and terrorism to immigration, and now their exaggerated figures are at the center of a government shutdown.

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