Trump Disputes Report That Pompeo Spoke To McConnell About Senate Run As 'Fake News,' Yet Facts Show Otherwise
Donald Trump continues to live in a fantasy world utterly devoid of facts. His latest delusion: Denying that McConnell spoke to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about running for Senate even when the facts back it up.
Trump doesn't like facts. He has opinions.
Trump tells aides he's had his opinions for 30 years, and he's not going to change them.
Using something called "facts," items with which Republicans and Trump seem unfamiliar, Stephanie Ruhle reminds them why Mueller's probe is the opposite of a "witch hunt."
"Bullshitting" is now a political science term because in our political discourse some have decided that facts don't matter.
Man Baby's spokesman attorney admits the so-called president can't be bothered with facts.
Under Trump, we're going to have to look up what "facts" means in the dictionary.
From NPR, 11/30/2016.
Orwell couldn't have written this any better.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton defended her change in positions over the years by drawing a contrast with Republicans, who she said were "impervious to facts."
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