No president in modern history has told as many lies as Donald Trump. Facts are often disposable at political rallies.
Most of the night was Trump repeating previous lies that have been disproven and claiming the virus was “going away” as more and more Americans are infected and dying.
The falsehoods and phony claims gush out of his garbage mouth like verbal diarrhea.
In candidate events, there are exaggerations, false claims, and few, if any, facts.
Both sides had exaggerations and misstatements but Pence followed Trump’s format of lying and repeated past lies.
In a momentous week, President Donald Trump painted a fantastical portrait of a coronavirus that affects “virtually nobody” among the young as he faced a
President Donald Trump on Thursday continued his monthslong campaign against mail-in voting this November by tweeting critically about the practice, building on complaints he has
So he did what he always does: Lie and then lie again and again to cover up all his previous lies.
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