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Phil Bredesen’s claim that Tennessee’s meth problem was ‘cut in half’

The former Tennessee governor is slicing up statistics in a misleading way now that he's running for Senate.

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The facts missing from Trump and Putin’s news conference

The two presidents omitted key facts while answering questions about Russia's interference in the 2016 U.S. election.

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Rep. Claudia Tenney’s claim that Trump’s tax cuts already paid for themselves

They haven't. The Congressional Budget Office says they will actually drive up the deficit by $1.9 trillion over 10 years.

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Four years of Trump claims

Every suspect claim made by President Trump during his presidency in office, in one place

The Trump Promise Tracker

Donald Trump made 60 key promises during the 2016 campaign. We will track his progress during his presidency.

The 2016 Election Fact Checker

Every fact check of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in one place.

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Many fact checks later, President Trump is (still) botching NATO spending

Trump boasts about his impact on NATO, but his evidence was often misleading or just plain wrong.

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The thinly sourced theories about Trump’s loans and Justice Kennedy’s son

There's no evidence to suggest Justice Kennedy voted a certain way or chose to retire because of his son's past business dealings with Donald Trump.

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Does Brett Kavanaugh think the president is immune from criminal charges?

As a Supreme Court justice, Kavanaugh would vote to toss an indictment of President Trump, some Democrats argue. But his writings suggest it's an open question.

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Anatomy of a Trump rally: 76 percent of claims are false, misleading or lacking evidence

The president made 98 factual claims at a rally. We found that 76 percent were false, misleading or unsupported by evidence.

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Fact-checking President Trump’s numbers on the ‘human toll of illegal immigration’

Trump has said undocumented immigrants bring crime since his first official day on the campaign trail. Three years later, he still has no proof.

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Are people ‘coming back off the sidelines’ and into the workforce, as Ivanka Trump says?

Ivanka Trump oddly cited increases in labor participation among prime-age workers and fewer people on food stamps as proof of a stronger economy.

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Trump falsely claims Obama gave citizenship to 2,500 Iranians during nuclear deal talks

Trump tweeted a wild and unverified accusation that appears to have originated with an Iranian politician.

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