In mid-January 2019, after United States President Donald Trump served visiting Clemson football players fast food in an understaffed White House during a record-breaking, ongoing government shutdown, a meme emerged with a purported quote from …
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.
A Facebook parody page is behind false reports that Vice President Mike Pence defended former White House Aid Rob Porter with a bible verse.
A Facebook post falsely claims that an American teenager who killed a Muslim refugee for raping his 7-year-old sister was sentenced to 30 years in prison.
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.
Unconfirmed claims have spread that more than 13,000 Marines applied for White House duty after President Trump was elected, signaling widespread military support.