Our list of the 10 most egregious falsehoods of the year.
A TV ad from Democrat Raphael Warnock falsely says Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler “supports raising taxes on Georgia’s middle class.”
The candidates repeated talking points from the stump and added some new twists on the facts.
We identified 46 false and misleading claims Trump made in six stump speeches from Oct. 12 to Oct. 16.
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.
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 fact-checking fodder included claims about the economy, the Democratic nominee and the president’s actions.