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Febrero 19, 2017

#MustRead: Fact-cheking Trump's first 100 days

This week's must read #ddj  article is run by the Washington Post, whose Fact-Checker team set out to compile and analyze President Donald Trump's claim to see how many lies he has said throughout  his first 100 days in the White House.

María Isabel Magaña

María Isabel Magaña

@marisamagar

This week's must read #ddj  article is run by the Washington Post, whose Fact-Checker team set out to compile and analyze President Donald Trump's claim to see how many lies he has said throughout  his first 100 days in the White House.

 

The project, which is still under construction, has so far shown that in the first 35 days of government, Trump made 133 false or misleading statements.




Most have been made public by the president on Twitter, spontaneous remarks or in speeches already prepared. The subjects on which he most lies are immigration (24), biographical record (18) and jobs (17 ).





The Washington Post team will continue to update the information every Friday until the end of April. If you believe they have missed something, you can suggest the statement so that they can work it out.

 

Get the full story here.

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María Isabel Magaña

María Isabel Magaña

@marisamagar

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