Our list of the 10 most egregious falsehoods of the year.
We fact-check claims the candidates made in rallies and TV ads in the days before Election Day.
President Trump has been boasting for weeks of a “super V” economic recovery. But figures released today show an economy still far from fully recovered.
In an Oct. 15 town hall on NBC News, President Donald Trump made false and misleading claims on the coronavirus, the economy and more.
At a rally in Sanford, Florida, President Trump made the exaggerated claim that his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, “voted to obliterate” Puerto Rico’s pharmaceutical manufacturing industry.
The candidates disagreed on the facts regarding the coronavirus, jobs, taxes and more.
On Sept. 26 and 27, President Donald Trump spoke for about two hours and 15 minutes in five appearances. We’ve compiled many of the president’s false and misleading claims from those remarks.
In this video, we review five false, misleading or exaggerated claims from President Donald Trump’s acceptance speech on Aug. 27 at the Republican National Convention.
President Donald Trump accepted his party’s nomination in a speech filled with familiar falsehoods.
The vice president accepted his party’s nomination and then delivered a speech filled with false and misleading claims..