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Fact-checking Trump’s wild Cabinet session

The president kept gabbing and gabbing -- and getting many things wrong.

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Trump’s claim the Saudis will pay ‘100 percent of the cost’

The president says Saudi Arabia will pay "100 percent" of the cost of U.S. troops dispatched to the kingdom. But no one will confirm that.

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President Trump’s claim that ‘when I came in, we had no ammunition’

In recent weeks, the president’s comments have become increasingly exaggerated — not to mention that he mixes up munitions with ammunition.

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Are jobs lost due to ‘bad trade policy’ or automation?

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) says the “principal reason” for jobs losses is trade policy, not automation. But economists aren’t so sure.

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Fact-checking the fourth Democratic presidential debate

Here's a roundup of eight claims from the fourth Democratic presidential debate of the 2020 campaign.

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Trump inverts time and invents conversations to thwart impeachment

In recent days, the president increasingly has misled and deflected about the transcript released by the White House.

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President Trump has made 13,435 false or misleading claims over 993 days

Trump has been president for almost 1,000 days. That means lots and lots of false or misleading claims.

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Fact-checking Trump’s misleading border ‘wall’ spin

Over and over and over, the president says his wall is being built. That still doesn't make it true.

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Trump defenders’ misleading claims about the House impeachment inquiry

The president's lawyers and supporters say House Democrats are violating his due-process rights. It's legal argle-bargle.

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Trump’s very inaccurate claim that the whistleblower is ‘very inaccurate’

A line-by-line review of the whistleblower complaint shows that virtually every key element has been subsequently confirmed as correct.

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