No president in modern history has told as many lies as Donald Trump. Facts are often disposable at political rallies.
The falsehoods and phony claims gush out of his garbage mouth like verbal diarrhea.
Explaining his deceptive assurances about the pandemic, President Donald Trump suggested he was doing what Winston Churchill had done, soothing the public in a time
President Donald Trump has been putting forth convoluted guidance to his supporters on submitting double votes in the November election, an act that would be
As usual, America’s dishonest president continues to spew propaganda and false statements about the spreading COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic infections, hospitalization and deaths that are rising again in more than 20 states.
In another round of lies, Trump promotes a cure for AIDS while none exists, claims Barack Obama and Joe Biden did nothing to try to deal with police practices (they launched 25 wide-ranging civil rights investigations into law enforcement) and told other easily disproven lies.
Trump depends on Twitter to pass along his lies and baseless innuendos and the social media giant lets him get away with it. Flagging a lie still lets the falsehoods remain out there on the internet and, to make matters worse, the White House uses its Twitter account to repeat them.
Trump never lets fact get in the way of things he disagrees with. He just ignores the fact and lies.