Maxine Waters did not say that her first move as president would be to impeach Donald Trump.
Stormy Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti worked for Rahm Emanuel and Democratic campaigns while in college. It’s not clear what impact, if any, that’s had in Daniels’ case against the president.
It’s true that Alabama’s football team visited the White House and prayed with President Trump. But media coverage of the event has been mischaracterized.
False reports that comedian Michelle Wolf was convicted of bestiality came from a website that allows users to generate phony newspaper clippings.
There’s no evidence to back claims that Washington Post reporter Beth Reinhard bribed women to falsely accuse Roy Moore of sexual assault.
CBS Executive Hayley Geftman-Gold was fired for saying that she didn’t have sympathy for Las Vegas mass shooting victims in October 2017.
Facebook user Jim Bates hasn’t madeany fact checkable accusations about CNN lying about Hurricane Maria relief efforts in Puerto Rico.
A political joke about Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ response to a question about where President Trump is hiding his tax returns has been mistaken for reality.
President Trump denies calling the White House a “real dump,” but the author of a Golf magazine article that broke the story stands behind the claim.
Alex Jones has not been appointed White House press secretary, a well-known website that publishes religious satire is behind those false rumors.