A Democratic super PAC supporting Martin O’Malley for president.
Sunday showdown in South Carolina: Democrats highlight differences on health care, guns and more.
He dominates our annual review of political falsehoods.
The Saturday night showdown featured misleading claims on guns, the minimum wage and Wall Street.
Businessman Donald Trump claimed that Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders said he wants to bring 65,000 Syrian refugees to the United States. Trump is wrong. Sanders didn’t say that.
We found false and misleading claims from Clinton, Sanders and O’Malley in a Saturday night showdown.
The Democratic presidential candidates were interviewed by MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow in a Nov. 6 forum. And they stretched the facts on a few topics.
Martin O’Malley often says Maryland earned or achieved “the highest median income of any state in America” when he was governor. In fact, Maryland had the highest median household income before O’Malley became governor.
In this week’s collaboration with FactCheck.org, Jake Tapper of CNN’s “State of the Union” tackles three claims from the first Democratic debate.
The candidates stretched the facts on unemployment, wages and Social Security, among other topics.