We examine four claims from the Feb. 19 Democratic debate in this video.
Great America PAC and its sister nonprofit, Great America Alliance, support President Donald Trump’s reelection.
A super PAC dedicated to winning a Republican majority in the House of Representatives.
A liberal super PAC launched by former Obama White House staffers.
A Democratic super PAC formed in 2011 and focused on keeping a Democratic majority in the House.
A Republican super PAC that was established in 2015 by allies of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
The supporters of President Donald Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders claim Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg insulted farmers in a 2016 video. The Bloomberg campaign says the video has been “taken completely out of context.” There is definitely more to Bloomberg’s remarks than the 58-second viral video shows.
In what has become an annual Washington exercise, Democrats and Republicans are waging a war of words over the president’s proposed budget and how it would affect programs for seniors. President Donald Trump tweeted that he “will not be touching your Social Security or Medicare” in the budget, while Democrats have charged it does exactly that.
Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg misleadingly stated that he “cut” the police practice of stop-and-frisk — a policy that he “inherited” — by “95%” by the time he left office as mayor of New York. There were nearly twice as many stops in his last year as mayor compared with the year before he took office.