NBC's Peter Alexander's point to Trump was "Why should Americans trust you on big things if they can't even trust you on little things?"
Of all the statements evaluated by PolitFact, only 4% of Trump statements were graded as 100% true. This means that 96% of Trump statements contain some degree false or misleading statement. In other words, if Trump is talking, he's probably not telling the whole truth.
Donald Trump is claiming that he won the electoral college in a landslide, but a review of the historical numbers reveals that Trump’s win ranks near the bottom and his claims of a landslide are false.
Fact-checker Daniel Dale counted, from mid-September till the campaign's close, a total of 560 Trump lies, "or a neat 20 per day."
"Tonight is the ultimate test of whether journalists want to be journalists or blow hard entertainers who talk about expectations."
BloombergTV will broadcast and live-fact-check tonight's presidential debate.
Here's the reason why the Clinton campaign wants Trump fact checked in real time. Fact checkers found that over a five-day period, Donald Trump lied once every 3 minutes and fifteen seconds.
"If he's going to hold up made-up articles or made-up charts from fringe websites, how can we believe what he's actually saying?"