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By Associated Press
Here's a look at how some of their claims stack up with the facts.
By Calvin Woodward, Hope Yen, Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
Science took a beating in the political arena this past week as President Donald Trump sowed confusion about Hurricane Dorian's path and Democratic presidential candidates rang false alarms about the air we breathe.
By Calvin Woodward, Hope Yen, Associated Press
President Donald Trump presented a distorted picture of the auto industry, told a fanciful story about Iran duping Barack Obama and took a misinformed swipe at Puerto Rico just as its residents braced for a catastrophe that didn’t come.
By Hope Yen, Amanda Seitz, Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
President Trump attributed statements to a Democratic congresswoman that she didn't make as he set off an incendiary week of vilification with accusations that she and three other lawmakers of color hate America.
By Hope Yen, Amanda Seitz, Associated Press
President Donald Trump at a rally on Wednesday misrepresented words from Rep. Ilhan Omar to make her sound like an al-Qaida sympathizer and exaggerated the performance of the economy under his watch.
President Donald Trump roused a political tempest when he decided to plant himself squarely in Independence Day observances with a speech from the Lincoln Memorial. His words from that platform, though, were strikingly measured, except for some befuddlement over American…
A few months ago, President Donald Trump affirmed that he thought special counsel Robert Mueller acted honorably in the Russia investigation. Now Trump is back in "witch hunt" territory, this time falsely accusing Mueller of committing a crime.
By Eric Tucker, Josh Boak, Hope Yen, Associated Press
The provocative allegation of a "crime" by Robert Mueller was one in a series of distorted claims made by the president in an interview on Fox Business Network and on Twitter on Wednesday.
By Hope Yen, Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
Despite assailing his Democratic predecessor for waging a “cruel and heartless war on American energy,” for example, Trump can brag about U.S. energy supremacy thanks to the sector’s growth in the Obama years.
By Tom Krisher, Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
In tweets Tuesday, President Donald Trump exaggerated how much of the auto industry had moved to Mexico and inaccurately asserted that if he imposed a tax of 25 percent on all Mexican goods, all the automaker jobs would immediately return…
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