Madonna said she'd thought about blowing up the White House, but claims that she's under investigation for it are unfounded.

Vice President Mike Pence didn't say he was disappointed in husbands and fathers for letting the WOmen's March happen; that rumor was based on satire.

President Trump didn't scrub civil rights, LGBT rights and climate change from the White House website; incoming presidents start with a blank website.

Protesting Donald Trump's inauguration by changing the channel to tank its ratings wouldn't work unless Nielsen families take part. took

Demand Protest ads for paid protestors to disrupt President-elect Trump's inauguration were a publicity stunt — not a real attempt to pay protestors.

Claims that Russia is blackmailing Donald Trump are unproven and based on an unverified dossier that was compiled by a former British spy.

Celebrities haven't called for a Hollywood strike until Donald Trump resigns, but some have supported a "Month of Resistance" ahead of the inauguration.

Senator Elizabeth Warren didn't say, "If Women need to be raped by Muslims to prove our tolerance, so be it. Then thank God for Planned Parenthood."

Meryl Streep gave Roman Polanski a standing ovation at the 2003 Academy Awards — which cam up after Streep was critical of Donald Trump.

There's no way to confirm claims that Donald Trump's IQ is 156, making him smarter than almost all former presidents and 99.99% of people.