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,...The Drudge Report, an influential site run by conservative Matt Drudge, featured The Washington Examiner's report as its main story on Monday afternoon with the banner headline: "NO NEW WALL AT ALL!"

 

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter took note of the headline and added her own barb at Trump. "I guess @realDonaldTrump is too chicken to call @DRUDGE a wacky nutjob," Coulter tweeted. The comment was a reference to March, when Trump called Coulter a "Wacky Nut Job" and defended his record on the border after she said those who voted for the president weren't getting what they hoped for.,...

 

https://thehill.com/homenews/media/454187-trump-takes-hit-from-conservative-commentators-on-border-wall

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On 2/14/2019 at 8:24 PM, IsntLifeFunny said:

It really is amazing how stupid the Republicans look in this whole thing. Anyone who supports any of this is a certified drooling retard. There is no national emergency at the border. It’s the ports of entry and lack of visa enforcement that is harming our country. 

 

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Lol. It’s not surprising this Q cult is going to motivate some terrorism. Remember the guy who took his ar15 to that Comet Pizza place due to pizzagate? Could have gone a lot worse. 

 

 

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There has never been such a blatant barrage of misinformation from a US president -- complete with the subsequent vilification of the media reporting it.  "truth is what serves the party"  and reality has never been what serves Trump and his supporters.

 

The Washington Post in an analysis piece published Monday alleged that President Trump has made 12,019 false or misleading claims during his time in office as of August 5, pointing specifically to Trump’s comments on immigration and the economy.

 

According to the newspaper, Trump has averaged 20 false claims per day since April 26, when he crossed the 10,000 lie mark during his White House tenure. For the duration of his presidency, the Post says Trump has average averaged about 13 misleading or false claims per day.

 

Approximately one-fifth of Trump’s misleading or false claims are about immigration, according to the newspaper. He has claimed 190 times that a wall along the U.S. and Mexico border, one of his central campaign promises, is being built. However, the Trump administration has reportedly only replaced portions of already existing border fencing and other barriers.  He has received funding from Congress for 205 miles of barrier.

 

Trump has blasted fact-checkers in the past, calling them “some of the most dishonest people in media” at a campaign rally in El Paso, Texas, in February. He has also been a frequent critic of the Post, often deriding it as “Fake News” and frequently criticizing Amazon owner Jeff Bezos, which owns the newspaper,...

 

 

https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/457069-washington-post-trump-making-more-false-or-misleading-claims-in

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