A fake news website started rumors that President Trump sent Michelle Obama a bill for $11 billion that she’ll never be able to repay.
A fake news website is behind false reports that a search warrant has been served on at the Obama residence in Washington, D.C.
False reports are circulating that the first Supreme Court decision with Justice Neal Gorsuch limits teaching Islam in public schools, leaving President Obama furious.
Claims about President Trump’s travel expenses compared to President Obama’s are disputed, and actual travel costs for Trump aren’t yet known.
Malia Obama wasn’t expelled from Harvard for smoking marijuana, a known fake news website is behind those false reports.
A fake news website spread false reports that President Obama has been evicted form his D.C. mansion.
A tax audit didn’t reveal that President Obama hid millions of taxpayer dollars in off shore accounts that he received in royalties from “Obamacare.”
Rumors that Sasha and Malia Obama’s biological father is suing Barack and Michelle Obama were started by a website known for publishing fake news stories.
Oprah didn’t say old white people must die to end racism, but she talked about systemic racism dying out with older generations.
Malik Obama posted a forged Kenyan birth certificate for President Obama from 2009 on Twitter in March 2017, renewing birther conspiracy theories.