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FactCheck.org on BBC World Service

After the conclusion of the Republican National Convention, FactCheck.org Managing Editor Lori Robertson discusses Donald Trump’s speech on the BBC World Service’s “Newsday.”

Pence on Employment Record

Pence on Employment Record

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence claimed his “common-sense Republican leadership” is responsible for record employment in his state. But Indiana’s job growth lags the national trend.

Video: Day 3 of the Convention

Video: Day 3 of the Convention

FactCheck.org’s Lori Robertson talks with USA Today’s Paul Singer about claims made during the third day of the Republican National Convention.

FactChecking the GOP Convention

FactCheck.org Director Eugene Kiely discusses some of the false and misleading claims made at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

Video: Day 2 of GOP Convention

Video: Day 2 of GOP Convention

FactCheck.org’s Lori Robertson discusses fact-checking Day 2 of the Republican National Convention with USA Today’s Paul Singer.

GOP Convention, Day 2

GOP Convention, Day 2

The speakers went too far in their claims on guns, Benghazi, coal jobs, Keystone and more.

Trump ‘Recommended’ Ohio for Convention?

Trump ‘Recommended’ Ohio for Convention?

Donald Trump said he “recommended” that the Republican National Convention be held in Ohio. But Trump announced his campaign for president nearly one year after Cleveland was selected.

Video: GOP Convention, Day 1

Video: GOP Convention, Day 1

FactCheck.org Managing Editor Lori Robertson discusses some of the false and misleading claims made on the first day of the Republican National Convention, which focused on public safety.

Trump Surrogates Deny Plagiarism

Trump Surrogates Deny Plagiarism

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says there is “no way that Melania Trump was plagiarizing Michelle Obama’s speech.” Paul Manafort, Donald Trump’s campaign manager, called the allegation “absurd.”