Hitler used to refer to the lying press of his enemies, as in the "Marxist Lügenpresse," while today Trump, disturbingly, does the same
“Not only did we cover many of the attacks on that list, we covered them heavily. I know, because I was on the ground reporting a number of them."
"Worth noting," CNN's Jim Acosta observed with great relish. "WH was able to assemble this list... from media reports."
Halperin is right but it is a mistake to assume Donald Trump will see it this way or even that he understands the things he said were lies
Trump says he was in Trump Tower on November 7, a day after Romney's loss, when it came to him, but he had used it already in December 2011
There is no great mystery here: this is good against evil and "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing"
"And so one thing that has been interesting this entire campaign season to watch, is that people that say facts are facts — they’re not really facts.”
In 24 hours, Fahrenthold has reported that Trump's foundation is seemingly guilty of a pay-to-play scam and false claims of giving on its tax forms. These are real scandals, unlike the accusations about the Clinton foundation.
Fact checkers have blown apart Donald Trump's first general election campaign ad, by finding that the television spot contains one lie every four seconds.
"The Democrats are in a total meltdown but the biased media will say how great they are doing! E-mails say the rigged system is alive & well!"
The media is making Trump pay for his lies. Today, CNN fact-checked Trump with an onscreen graphic that called out one of his lies as they played the video.
An analysis of Republican primary data has revealed that Donald Trump's claim that he is expanding the Republican Party is a total lie.
Donald Trump, the Republican front-runner, is at the bottom of the Politifact list with a sad 9% of true or mostly true statements. Just 9% of the things Donald Trump says are mostly related to the truth.
Bernie Sanders dropped a reality bomb on the corporate media by declaring that Donald Trump will not be elected president.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders ripped Donald Trump apart after the billionaire lied about the Sanders tax plan.
Winning Lie of the Year award because out of 77 statements checked, 76 of them were found to be mostly false to false to pants on fire lies, it's Republican front-runner Donald Trump.
This week alone, PolitiFact has already given Donald Trump two Pants on Fire ratings, both stemming from his racist beliefs.
During an interview on CNN's State Of The Union, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump lied and claimed that he is drawing big crowds just like Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders.