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Oct 10 2023
In the wake of Hamas’s deadly attack on Israel over the weekend, the Biden administration has worked to fend off claims that President Joe Biden’s policies helped create conditions that led to the bloodshed.
Republicans have criticized Biden’s approach to Iran, blaming a recent Iranian prisoner swap and his overall efforts to stabilize relations with Iran for the attack by Hamas, aWashington Examiner
Feb 21 2021
PolitiFact Is Ticked That We Fact-Checked Their False Fact-Check Of Our Fact-Check Of Their Fact-Check
PolitiFact botched a fact-check of a fact-check in a story exposing the group’s absence of a fact-check.
On Friday, PolitiFact Editor-in-Chief Angie Holan twice demanded The Federalist issue a correction to a story published Wednesday on comments the group was not very interested in fact-checking Vice President Kamala Harris.The Federalist
Nov 04 2020
A razor-thin margin, a slow vote count and a presidential election hanging in the balance have created the perfect storm for misinformation in Wisconsin.
The morning after the election, social media generated an avalanche of claims about Wisconsin voting totals, timing and turnout. Much of it isn’t true.
We’re separating fact from fiction on some of the most widely shared claimsPolitiFact
May 27 2020
'Twitter is completely stifling FREE SPEECH' — Trump says tweet fact-checks are interfering in the 2020 election
President Donald Trump lashed out at Twitter after the popular social media platform began to fact-check his tweets for the first time ever on Tuesday.
The president warned that he would not allow Twitter to interfere with the election, which he equated with the fact-checking.
"@Twitter is now interfering in the 2020 Presidential Election," the president tweeted.
"They areThe Blaze
Feb 05 2020
President Trump’s State of the Union speech once again was chock-full of stretched facts and dubious figures. Many of these claims have been fact-checked repeatedly, yet the president persists in using them. Here, in the order in which he made them, are 31 statements by the president.
As is our practice with live events, we do not award Pinocchio ratings, which are reserved for completeWashington Post
Nov 07 2023
CAMPAIGN. SHELDON IN. YES. WELL, DISTRICT ATTORNEY STEVENS APOLLO JUST ARRIVED HERE. BIRCHFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL IN SHALER TOWNSHIP, WHERE HE’S HERE TO GREET VOTERS AFTER VOTING EARLIER TODAY. NOW, HE HAS BEEN THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY SERVING FOR 25 YEARS. AND NOW IS SEEKING HIS SEVENTH TERM IN ZAPPALA IS THERE AT THE FRONT ENTRANCE AS VOTERS ARE COMING IN TO THE SCHOOL. NOW, HE HAS BEEN PRESSINGABC 4 WTAE
Nov 07 2023
Voting is underway across Minnesota in various local races for mayor, city council, school board and other positions. Off-year, local elections tend to see much lower turnout than presidential and statewide races. But their results still have a big impact on Minnesotans’ lives. Polls close at 8 p.m. Tuesday night and MPR News will have coverage of the results of a few key races. In theMPR News
Oct 05 2023
Donald Trump has long maintained misleading and inaccurate beliefs about the effects of climate change and efforts to halt it, rolling back nearly 100 environmental rules and regulations during his presidency.
The former president has made multiple false claims on the topic, having previously called climate change "a hoax."
During a recent campaign speech in Iowa, Trump sharedNewsweek
Nov 10 2023
NBC’s Lester Holt tried to fact check Republican South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott in real time during Wednesday night’s GOP presidential debate but failed after Scott corrected him.The Daily Caller
Nov 10 2023
Five Republicans seeking to oust President Joe Biden from the White House in 2024 sparred over the Israel-Hamas war, the threat from China and the U.S. approach to terrorism in the third GOP presidential primary debate Wednesday night. Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy and U.S. Sen. Tim Scott,Austin American-Statesman