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“This is simply not true, and even the Washington Post's fact checker – anti-Trump activist Glenn Kessler – could not find a way to save Ellison from the full boat of four Pinocchios,” Breitbart's John Nolte pointed out. “The facts are this: On at least three occasions since 2006, including as recently as a private ...
Donald J, Trump, the 45th president of these United States, made 1,628 false and misleading claims in the first 298 days of this year, according to Glenn Kessler's Fact Checker column at the Washington Post. I could tell you what they are but that would take us all year. Suffice to say, President Donald J.

SpecSpeak and Hillel recently presented Glenn Kessler, a Fact Check Columnist with The Washington Post who spoke about the power of words. Before he ... In addition to being able to “crack the code,” working as a journalist enabled Kessler to cover just about every building in Washington. Therefore, he ...
“For years, [Washington Post Fact Checker columnist Glenn Kessler] has been arguing that smart gun laws don't save lives,” Murphy said.
Michelle Ye Hee Lee is leaving The Washington Post Fact Checker ... 150,000 subscribers, according to Glenn Kessler, who runs the Fact Checker). ... of mine for three years – a terrific reporter, skilled writer and thoughtful ...
The Washington Post has been tracking false or misleading claims ... to the American public with Glenn Kessler, a Washington Post reporter ...

According the Glenn Kessler, fact-checker for the Washington Post, "In the 60 days Trump has been in office, we've counted 247 false or misleading claims.
Fact checking Donald Trump is too boring, according to lead fact checker of the Washington Post, Glenn Kessler, who spoke at the "My Life As" event at Stony Brook University.
Tillerson had one reporter along - from a conservative-leaning news site who does not cover the State Department. In another ... Then, the Washington Post's fact-checker, Glenn Kessler, read the report and tweeted the Korea Herald article. In an email ...
The story gathered steam when The Washington Post's Glenn Kessler tweeted it, writing Tillerson "cut short" his trip to South Korea.
The story gathered steam when The Washington Post's Glenn Kessler tweeted it, writing Tillerson "cut short" his trip to South Korea.
Indeed, as rumors spread Friday about Tillerson's condition, The Washington Post's Glenn Kessler, who served as the paper's chief State Department reporter for nearly a decade, wrote that a foreign ministry, South Korea, was able to get out its own ...
Budget Director Mick Mulvaney speaks outside the West Wing of the White House in Washington, Monday, March 13, 2017, after Congress' nonpartisan budget analysts reported that 14 million people would lose coverage next year under the House bill ...
As a New Yorker piece underscores, journalist floaters are reporters (or pseudo-reporters) who have White House credentials but are not assigned a permanent seat by the White House Correspondents' Association.
Washington Post reporter Glenn Kessler looked into the matter and concluded that the Trump allegation was based on poorly sourced stories, many from right-wing sites - in other words "fake news.
"There has never been a serial exaggerator in recent American politics like the president-elect," wrote Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler in December. "He not only consistently makes false claims but also repeats them, even though they have ...
The morning after President Trump's speech to a joint session of Congress the Washington Post's Glenn Kessler and Michelle Ye Hee Lee attacked the veracity of Trump's statements.

2 credits Trump with "aspirational overtones" in The Wall Street Journal, a "softer tone" on CBS News ("Viewers strongly approve," says their poll headline, while the article notes that more Republicans than Democrats were watching), and wins him this ...
Donald Trump continues to make misleading claims that "94 million Americans are out of the labor force," which isn't false prima facie except that the president continues to incorrectly report this statistic as a sign of economic weakness - and it isn't.
As Sanford Ungar - an ex-Washington Post reporter and expert on free speech - has reminded us, the confrontations over the war in Vietnam in the 1960s and Watergate in the early 1970s seem every bit as bitter and contentious as today's media wars ...
FILE - In this Jan. 23, 2017, file photo, President Donald Trump signs an executive order to withdraw the U.S. from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact agreed to under the Obama administration in the Oval Office of the White House in ...
As Sanford Ungar - an ex-Washington Post reporter and expert on free speech - has reminded us, the confrontations over the war in Vietnam in the 1960s and Watergate in the early 1970s were every bit as bitter and contentious as today's media wars ...
As Sanford Ungar - an ex-Washington Post reporter and expert on free speech - has reminded us, the confrontations over the war in Vietnam in the 1960s and Watergate in the early 1970s seem every bit as bitter and contentious as today's media wars ...
"We're writing about a president who makes quite a number of misstatements," said Glenn Kessler, the Washington Post reporter whose regular fact checks award "Pinocchios" based on the magnitude and brazenness of false claims. "This has increased our ...
By Glenn Kessler Washington Post February 24, 2017. ''It is a contract between myself and the American voter - and it begins with restoring honesty and accountability, and bringing change to Washington.
Even liberal fact-checkers like Glenn Kessler of the Washington Post slammed that as misleading. He said: "The organization treats each ... Co-writer Tim Graham is director of media analysis for the Media Research Center. They write for Creators Syndicate.
FILE - In this Jan. 23, 2017, file photo, President Donald Trump signs an executive order to withdraw the U.S. from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact agreed to under the Obama administration in the Oval Office of the White House in ...
As Sanford Ungar, an ex-Washington Post reporter and expert on free speech, has reminded us, the confrontations over the war in Vietnam in the 1960s and Watergate in the early 1970s seem every bit as bitter and contentious as today's media wars.
So when Miller, clearly channeling Trump, repeats and expands on Trump claims of voter fraud - rarely in human annals have winners whined so loudly - he keeps the likes of Glenn Kessler, "Fact Checker" for The Washington Post, as busy as the men's ...
At The Washington Post, full-time fact-checker Glenn Kessler awards from one to four long-nosed Pinocchios to fork-tongued politicians, with the severest lie earning four.
Neither reporter asked Trump about the most pressing questions of the day: Whether he will fire his national security adviser, Michael Flynn, who's been accused of misleading the White House about his contact with Russian officials before the president ...
The Washington Post's Glenn Kessler, in a Feburary 12 fact check debunking false-voter fraud claims from White House aide Stephen Miller, explicitly called out Kobach, noting that he "has been mocked for failing to prove his own claims of voter fraud.
Neither reporter asked Trump about the most pressing questions of the day: Whether he will fire his national security adviser, Michael Flynn, who's been accused of misleading the White House about his contact with Russian officials before the president ...
The Trumpies-in-bed-with-the-Rooskies story got a boost last week as the Washington Post accused National Security Adviser Michael Flynn of having lied to investigators (and Vice President Mike Pence) about discussing sanctions with the Russian ...
The Washington Post's fact-checker, Glenn Kessler, was one of the first to circulate the videos on Twitter, and his note was shared by several of his colleagues.
"We're writing about a president who makes quite a number of misstatements," said Glenn Kessler, the Washington Post reporter whose regular fact checks award "Pinocchios" based on the magnitude and brazenness of false claims. "This has ... "People are ...
"We're writing about a president who makes quite a number of misstatements," said Glenn Kessler, the Washington Post reporter whose regular fact checks award "Pinocchios" based on the magnitude and brazenness of false claims. "This has ... "People are ...
"We're writing about a president who makes quite a number of misstatements," said Glenn Kessler, the Washington Post reporter whose regular fact checks award "Pinocchios" based on the magnitude and brazenness of false claims. "This has ... "People are ...
Washington Post reporter Glenn Kessler, who runs the paper's fact-checking research, also noted that the report "still reflects the Obama administration.
So, except for the two elections where there was an African-American on the ballot, Trump did worse among African-Americans than any Republican in the past forty-five years.
Glenn Kessler, a writer for the Washington Post penned an article revealing that the estimation of 28,000 "Great construction jobs" as quoted by President Trump is not based in fact but is rather of the alternative sort.
The Washington Post fact check of the comparison between President Trump's refugee ban and a seemingly similar policy brought forth by the Obama administration is severely flawed, enough so that I believe the Post must somewhat rely on their readers to ...
Regular readers know that candidate Donald Trump had difficulty with facts. Now that Trump is president, he continues to make misleading statements, based on incomplete information, inaccurate statistics or flights of fancy.
Which seems to be what's going on in a recent Washington Post factchecking effort by Glenn Kessler, "Bernie Sanders' Claim That '36,000 People Will Die Yearly' if Obamacare Is Repealed" (1/14/17).
It's critical for the PR industry to support fact checkers, such as FactCheck.org and Glenn Kessler at The Washington Post. "Kessler, FactCheck.org and others are a start, but they are fighting a losing battle against the torrent of fake news and ...
So distant is reality from those numbers that even the commonly cited figure of $9.8 billion a year for all trafficking - and keep in mind that human smuggling dwarfs sex trafficking - was given "four Pinocchios" by Washington Post fact-checker Glenn ...
And when a writer for an arch-conservative website needed a put-down for ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl, he reached for the obvious: "fake-news propagandist.
Trump's nominee for Secretary of State Rex Tillerson stated in his Senate confirmation hearing on Thursday that he will not commit to a traveling press corps while overseas despite the long-standing practice, reports the Washington Post. The Post's ...
Glenn Kessler, who writes the Washington Post's Fact Checker, put it this way: "People seem to confuse reporting mistakes by established news organizations with obviously fraudulent news produced by Macedonian teenagers.
ABC News reporter Terry Moran suggested Wednesday that it's okay for news outlets to report uncorroborated allegations from a single, anonymous source about President-elect Donald Trump because he did the same thing when he alleged in 2012 that Barack ...


 

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