Sia☺giah3-1-2017, FIRST & ONLY day tRUMP had NO falsehoods in hisTue Mar 14, 2017 2:28am126.96.36.199public statements! claims the Washington Post fact checker department...
"On March 1, President Trump made no factual errors or misleading statements in his public comments, The Washington Post’s fact checkers determined—the first falsehood-free day of his administration. Trump made no public comment that day, except to tweet, “Thank you.”
The Washington Post"
ROFLMAO... That's just SAD...
You may enjoy this too... http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/02/21/donald-trumps-unbroken-streak-of-falsehoods-now-stands-at-33-days/
(He ultimately made it to 40 days before having his first day (and ONLY so far) without any "factual errors or misleading statements"...
On Feb. 21st, this was the headline there...
Donald Trump’s unbroken streak of falsehoods now stands at 33 days
By Chris Cillizza, The Washington Post
Donald Trump has been president for all or part of 33 days. He has averaged four falsehoods or misleading statements a day(!) in that time. There hasn’t been a single day of Trump’s presidency in which he has said nothing false or misleading
That data, which comes from a terrific new project from The Washington Post’s Fact Checker that seeks to document Trump’s statements in the first 100 days of his presidency, is stunning.
On Trump’s first day in office, he made seven (or more!) misleading claims. That was one of four days in which he has made seven-plus false or misleading claims; that’s roughly 12 percent of all the days he has spent in the White House. In fact, there are more days (18) when Trump has made four or more misleading/false claims than days (15) when he has made one or two.
What this Fact Checker project affirms is that Trump has changed nothing in his approach to the truth since being elected president. During the course of the campaign, nearly two-thirds of the claims that The Post’s fact-checking team looked into were rated Four Pinocchios – meaning that they were found to be completely false. By comparison, 14 percent of Clinton’s fact-checked statements received four Pinocchios.
“There’s never been a presidential candidate like Donald Trump – someone so cavalier about the facts and so unwilling to ever admit error, even in the face of overwhelming evidence,” Post lead fact checker Glenn Kessler wrote during the heart of the 2016 campaign.
Substitute “presidential candidate” for “president” and Kessler’s statement holds just as true for Trump’s first month in office. All politicians stretch the truth to suit their political and policy purposes. None do so as often and as unapologetically as Trump has during his first 30-plus days in office.
Will that affect Trump’s political future? Perhaps less than you might think. In a Fox News poll conducted earlier this month, 45 percent of people said they trust his administration more than the media to tell the truth to the public while 42 percent said they trust the media more. That distrust of the media coupled with Trump’s aggressive efforts to discredit the press make stats like those above irrelevant to many of his supporters.
Of course, when facts and truth become matters of debate, no one really wins.