While White House press secretary Sarah Sanders probably will be remembered for the end of the daily press briefing (the White House has gone a record 95 days without one), she says she would like to be remembered for something else: transparency and honesty.

With this standard in mind, The Fix has compiled a list of nine times Sanders failed to live up to her own standard while serving in the Trump administration:

1. President Trump did not know about hush-money payments to porn star Stephanie Clifford.

  • Sanders falsely told reporters in March 2018 that Trump was unaware of the payments.

2. “Countless” FBI officials were “grateful and thankful” to Trump for firing FBI Director James B. Comey.

  • Sanders would later tell federal investigators that her comments were “not founded on anything.”

3. Trump did not “dictate” Donald Trump Jr.’s misleading statement about the 2016 Trump Tower meeting.

  • Sanders repeatedly dodged questions about her false August 2017 statement after Trump’s lawyers said Trump dictated the statement to Trump Jr.

4. “Multiple news outlets” reported that President Barack Obama wiretapped Trump.

  • Sanders received immediate pushback on the false claim during two interviews with ABC News in March 2017.

5. Trump created three times as many jobs for African Americans as Obama.

  • Sanders apologized for the false statement hours later on Twitter.

6. The United States does not vet visa lottery applicants.

  • It does.

7. She implied thousands of known or suspected terrorists enter the United States via the southern border.

  • Fox News’s Chris Wallace fact-checked Sanders’s slippery phrasing in real time.

8. “The president in no way, form or fashion has ever promoted or encouraged violence.”

  • Trump repeatedly mused about physical violence and harming protesters during his 2016 campaign.

9. “To the best of our knowledge, no contacts [with Russians during the campaign] took place.”

  • Trump and his associates had at least 140 contacts with Russian nationals and WikiLeaks before Trump was sworn in, according to a New York Times database.