False reports that Barron Trump won a national science award for his work on the regulation of thermodynamics in shale rock came from a fake news website.
There’s no proof that President Trump is suffering from dementia or cognitive decline, and psychiatrists are barred from making such judgements from afar.
A fake news website is behind false reports that President Obama has submitted plans for a burial plot that will cost taxpayers $120 million.
False reports that Bill Clinton suffered a health crisis and was on the verge of death were spread by a website known for publishing false reports.
Claims about President Trump’s travel expenses compared to President Obama’s are disputed, and actual travel costs for Trump aren’t yet known.
Unconfirmed claims have spread that more than 13,000 Marines applied for White House duty after President Trump was elected, signaling widespread military support.
President Trump didn’t announce $612 stimulus checks for deserving Americans, that’s fake news.
Kim Clement prophesied Donald Trump would become a “Trumpet of God” in 2008 — but Clement never directly said that Trump would become president.
President Obama didn’t ban Iraqi refugees for six months in 2011; Obama slowed down processing of Iraqi SIVs while the process was tweaked.
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.