Abrams is playing down past claims that she “won” and the 2018 election for Georgia governor was “stolen”
It’s the final weeks of the election campaign, and Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) is relying on an old trope — a nonexistent GOP plan to eliminate popular old-age programs.
The president argues he is not a big spender, pointing to a decline in the budget deficit. But his policies have increased the debt.
We dug into the data. The reality is that abortions past the point of viability are extremely rare.
Some 4,000 fact checks later, the Fact Checker has its 15th birthday on Sept. 19, 2022 — though that statement might merit a Pinocchio.
The president inherited an economy on the upswing — and he’s using a strange metric to make his case.
The anti-Trump group aired an ad that Trump is ripping off his supporters to fund his lifestyle and businesses. But it does not provide evidence to back up the claim.
Clinton marked a contrast with Trump over whether her emails were marked as classified — and recent investigations conducted under Trump has bolstered her case.
Twenty-two lawmakers did not respond to request to explain the apparent contradiction.