A column headlined “”Charles Krauthammer’s Interesting Take on President Trump” that argues Trump is a pragmatist has been incorrectly attributed to Krauthammer.
As the congressional investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election heated up, false rumors that U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff’s sister married George Soros’ son went viral.
A photo that supposedly shows where Hurricane Harvey flooding revealed ammo hidden by the Obama administration was actually taken in Russia in 2010.
Vladimir Putin didn’t say George Soros is driving America toward civil war, that came from a website with a history of false reports about the two men.
False claims that Robert Mueller advocated for one-world government and one-world religion are based on a quote from a man with a similar name.
Charlie Daniels wrote an open letter to Senate Minority Chuck Schumer, blasting Schumer for leading Democrats’ resistance to President Trump’s agenda.
Warnings about a blue whale suicide challenge that’s been linked to hundreds of teen suicides are unproven.
GOP Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah surprise announcement that he wouldn’t see re-election sparked rumors that the Russians have blackmail material on him, but those rumors are unfounded.
Evelyn Frakas didn’t admit that President Obama was spying on President Trump’s team, but she offered insight into how and why information was leaked.