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2017.01.27 Scientists offer ways to discern actual from 'alternative' facts to help combat delusions. blogs.scientificamerican.com (See also Assaults on Facts, Attempts to Discredit Media) 2017.05.19 Associated Press Fact Check apnews.com 2017.06.26 Trump’s Lies, the Definitive List nytimes.com 2017.07.20 Donald Trump said 414 false things in his first six months. Here’s what we’ve learned. thestar.com 2017.07.26 In a period of less than 26 hours, Trump made two fired-up speeches, held a news conference and tweeted with abandon, leaving a trail of misinformation in his wake. washingtonpost.com (See also Assaults on Facts) 2017.08.21 In 214 days, Trump has made 1057 false and misleading claims. washingtonpost.com 2017.08.24 Trump has repeatedly argued that he’s done more than any other recent president; that’s not true, but he has undone a lot of things that were put into place by his predecessors, including President Barack Obama. washingtonpost.com 2017.09.27 A list of things Donald Trump said would happen "soon." nytimes.com (See also False Statements) 2017.10.10 As of his 264th day in office, Donald Trump has made 1,318 false claims, averaging five lies a day, even picking up pace since the six-month mark. washingtonpost.com (See also False Statements, Unpresidential Behavior, Assaults on Facts) 2017.10.26 Google has announced a new partnership with the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) at The Poynter Institute, a nonpartisan organization committed to promoting excellence in fact checking and building a community of fact checkers around the world. blog.google 2017.11.14 In the past 35 days, Trump has averaged an astonishing nine false claims a day, adding to his total of 1,628 claims in 298 days, or an average of 5.5 claims a day, putting him on track to reach 2,000 by the end of his first year in office. washingtonpost.com (See also False Statements, Unpresidential Behavior, Assaults on Facts) 2017.11.15 This is a listing of everyone who has left the Trump administration talk.whatthefuckjusthappenedtoday.com (See also Trump Cabinet, Federal Departments) 2017.11.22 The complete list of Donald Trump and accusations of sexual misconduct. washingtonpost.com (See also Women, Misogyny) 2017.12.12 Donald Trump made three provably false statements in a single tweet. cnn.com (See also Assaults on Facts, False Statements, Russia, Women, Legal Issues, Misogyny) 2017.12.14 Donald Trump’s supporters asked us to compare his lies to the number of lies from Obama and other presidents - we did. nytimes.com (See also False Statements, Assaults on Facts) 2017.12.14 This website is designed to track how Trump and his family are in position to profit directly from his role as president, as it tracks payments to Trump properties from Trump-related entities and beyond. opensecrets.org (See also Conflicts of Interest, Corruption, Trump Business) 2017.12.26 Donald Trump’s 60 worst tweets of 2017. thinkprogress.org (See also False Statements, Unpresidential Behavior) 2018.01.10 With just 10 days before he finishes his first year as president, Trump has made 2,001 false or misleading claims in 355 days - an average of more than 5.6 claims a day. washingtonpost.com (See also False Statements, Assaults on Facts, Unpresidential Behavior) 2018.01.12 Donald Trump is on track to exceed 2,000 false or misleading claims during his first year in office. washingtonpost.com (See also False Statements) 2018.01.30 2018 State of the Union Fact-Check nytimes.com (See also Assaults on Facts) 2018.03.02 In the 406 days since he took the oath of office, Donald Trump has made 2,436 false or misleading claims, according to The Fact Checker’s database that analyzes, categorizes and tracks every suspect statement uttered by the president. washingtonpost.com (See also Assaults on Facts, False Statements) 2018.05.01 In the 466 days since he took the oath of office, Donald Trump has made 3,001 false or misleading claims, according to The Fact Checker’s database that analyzes, categorizes and tracks every suspect statement uttered by the president. washingtonpost.com (See also False Statements, Assaults on Facts) 2018.05.22 Donald Trump wrongly blamed Democrats for a Trump administration policy that separates parents and their young children caught entering the U.S. illegally. factcheck.org (See also False Statements, Assaults on Facts, Immigration) Trump Promise Tracker: Washington Post site following Trump's delivery (or not) on 60 pledges made during his presidential campaign. washingtonpost.com Trump Twitter Archive: A searchable archive of all tweets by @realDonaldTrump. trumptwitterarchive.com