Trump said he didn't know anything about Manafort sharing polling data with Russians, but he's used that excuse many times and many times he's been caught lying. He has a tell.
West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin at first said Trump's fact should be correct but then tried to say that if he believes what he's saying, maybe it's not a lie. "If he believes it in his heart and soul until he finds someone that verifies or validates what he’s saying."
CNN host Don Lemon was on fire Monday night, burning the lies of the Trump administration as his overarching theme. Here, he takes Sarah Sanders down, one lie at a time.
Retired Retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal tells ABC This Week host Martha Raddatz that he does believe Trump is an immoral liar who doesn't tell the truth.
Somehow Pirro forgot to mention the part about Mexico building it.
Fox's Jeanine Pirro opened her show this Saturday sucking up to Trump and imploring him to "keep his campaign promise" on the border wall, ignoring the fact that he continually said Mexico was going to pay for it.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders spun her own set of "alternative facts" to exonerate Mike Flynn and his lies, blaming the FBI, James Comey, and others instead of the man who admitted on the record he lied and knew he was lying.
During a Fox News segment about the migrants from Central America, Rep. Jim Himes refused to allow Fox News host Trish Regan to fear monger and lie about criminal elements in the caravan of asylum-seekers.
Instead of owning up to a possible mistake, Carlson attacked CNN and The Washington Post for fact checking.
Alex Witt asks Rep. Gerry Connolly if Republicans have "successfully co-opted the narrative on healthcare" for the midterms (without pointing out the fact that they're lying about their support for preexisting conditions coverage) and whether their fearmongering over Democratic oversight will work.
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