Washington Post Will No Longer Maintain Presidential Fact-Checking Database
The Washington Post is calling it quits on its presidential fact-checking database, one hundred days into President Joe Biden’s administration.
“Glenn Kessler, editor and chief writer of the Fact Checker, tweeted late Monday that the team would continue to fact-check President Biden ‘rigorously’ but would no longer maintain the database started under former President Trump,” the Washington Times reported Tuesday.
Kessler shared a link to the database, writing, “Here’s the Biden database — which we do not plan to extend beyond 100 days. I have learned my lesson."