8 times the Mueller report shows Trump, White House spread false or misleading claims
Friday, 19 April 2019 Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report provides a behind-the-scenes reconstruction of key events in the first months of Donald Trump’s presidency. The redacted version of the report, released April 18 by Attorney General Bill Bar, verifies and supports media reports about events that Trump dismissed as "fake news." And it highlights several instances where Trump aides told the press false information, including about the firing of former FBI director James Comey. Here’s an overview of some notable claims from Trump and his administration that turned out to be false. Trump publicly claimed Mueller had conflicts of interest and was turned down ... >>More
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