“Insurance-gate” isn’t the only time the Conservative leader has been caught misrepresenting the truth.
"We had a general standing philosophy from the beginning, which was: Accuracy is everything to us."
"We knew we were in trouble early with this one," a bookmaker said.
If telling the truth means you don't have to remember anything, Trump has an awful lot to remember.
"I regret the tattoo on my arm that I just got lasered off about 10 minutes ago."
The president told Congress he had data showing immigrants were more likely than native-born Americans to be terrorists. That wasn't true.
He allegedly told people he was headed to a top-secret meeting approved by the president, which feds say was a bunch of BS.
"I'm doing Hurricane Katrina relief work."
He also said that he really doesn't like to tweet, but feels he has to "put out the truth."
Even when fake news looks like a joke, it can spin out of control.
Some of these are just petty.
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