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Subject: Re: WPX: In interview, Trump made 24 false or misleading claims
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On Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 11:19:54 AM UTC-8, wrote:
> excerpt
> President Trump gave an impromptu half-hour interview with the 
> New York Times on Dec. 28. We combed through the transcript and 
> here’s a quick roundup of the false, misleading or dubious 
> claims that he made, at a rate of one every 75 seconds. 
> (Some of the interview was off the record, so it’s possible 
> the rate of false claims per minute is higher.)
> examples:
>   “They made the Russian story up as a hoax, as a ruse, as 
>   an excuse for losing an election that in theory Democrats 
>   should always win with the electoral college. The electoral 
>   college is so much better suited to the Democrats.”
> Trump is falsely labeling nonpartisan investigations as 
> made up by Democrats. The CIA concluded in 2016 that Russia 
> intervened in the U.S. presidential election to help elect 
> Trump, an assessment backed up by FBI Director James B. 
> Comey and then-Director of National Intelligence James R. 
> Clapper Jr. As we noted, the intelligence community 
> released a declassified report expressing “high confidence” 
> in this judgment. Senate and House committees led by 
> Republicans have begun their own investigations, and a 
> special prosecutor has been appointed. Meanwhile, 
> Democrats obviously do not have an electoral college 
> lock. According to a tally by John Pitney of Claremont 
> McKenna College, every Republican president since 
> Rutherford B. Hayes in 1876 won a larger share of the 
> electoral college votes than Trump, with the exception 
> of George W. Bush (twice) and Richard Nixon in 1968
>   “I know the details of taxes better than anybody. Better than 
>   the greatest C.P.A. I know the details of health care better 
>   than most, better than most.”
> Lawmakers who dealt with Trump on taxes and especially health 
> care privately told reporters they were shocked how little he 
> knew about these issues.
>   “We see the drugs pouring into the country, we need the wall.”
> The wall will have virtually no effect on drugs coming into the 
> country. According to reports by the Drug Enforcement 
> Administration, the majority of drugs are smuggled through 
> legal ports of entry or smuggled through underground tunnels. 
> Trump previously earned Four Pinocchios for this claim, but 
> he keeps saying it.
> full article at:

Dumb Ass! ... as usual ... Unnamed Sources ... more B.S.! from the the MSM