The American leader allowed himself to make statements that did not correspond to the truth on a variety of domestic and international topics.
After taking office in January 2017, US President Donald Trump made 20,055 public statements contradicting the facts until July 9. This was reported by the Washington Post on Monday, July 13, 2020.
According to him, false statements were made on various domestic and international topics, including the impeachment process, the coronavirus pandemic, and events surrounding the death of African-American George Floyd.
Most often, the US President distorted reality by saying that the current state of the American economy is the best in the country's history.
In addition, Trump has regularly talked about building a wall on the border with Mexico and the biggest tax cut in American history, which is also not true.
Earlier, the US leader called aвЂќ political witch hunt вЂњandвЂќ fake вЂњ the decision of the Supreme court, which ordered Trump to submit tax returns to the Prosecutor of new York Cyrus Vance.