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Newspaper finds President Trumpís dishonesty is increasing:
Trump has made 71 false claims in 14 days

June 24, 2018




Toronto Star says Trump's 'dishonesty' is increasing

(TORONTO) – The Toronto Star has been keeping track of how many false statements President Trump makes.

The Star uses the term “false statements” instead of “serial lier” because, “The short answer is that we can’t be sure that each and every one was intentional. In some cases, he may have been confused or ignorant. What we know, objectively, is that he was not telling the truth.”

According to the latest Star tracking, “Trump is now up to 1,726 false claims for the first 514 days of his presidency, an average of 3.4 per day. The frequency of Trump’s dishonesty has increased over time. He is averaging 3.8 false claims per day in 2018 after averaging 2.9 false claims per day in 2017.”

Trump made 100 or more false claims in only two of his first 10 full months in office. He hit the 100-false-claim threshold in each of the following six months, from December 2017 through May, and is on pace to do so again this month.”

Examples of false statements, says the Star:

Trump said he had been “totally exonerated” of colluding with Russia by a report that did not address the subject of collusion with Russia. He blamed a nonexistent “Democrat bill” for his own policy of separating parents and children at the border.

The Star explained why it is keeping track of every false claim U.S. President Donald Trump has made since his inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017.

Historians say there has never been such a constant liar in the Oval Office. We think dishonesty should be challenged. We think inaccurate information should be corrected. And we think the sheer frequency of Trump’s inaccuracy is a central story of his presidency.






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