6.5 times a day! Foreign media: Trump said more than 3000 times after he took office

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 6.5 times a day! Foreign media: Trump said more than 3000 times after he took office


[World Network] President Trump has lied more than 3000 times in his last 466 days, CNN (CNN) said in May 1st that the Washington Posts factual verification column (Fact-Checkerblog) has been rigorously calculating the wrong statements, false statements and ghost words of president of the United States. In April 29th, at a rally in Michigan, Trump (again) reached a milestone: more than 3000 false or misleading statements were published in 466 days in power. This means that Trump averages 6.5 unreal things every day. According to the Washington Post, over the past two months, Trump s lie has been increasing, with an average of 9 false or misleading statements every day. CNN said the problem is that Trump likes to prevaricate, and its hard to put his remarks in the background. None of us has ever had such a casual relationship with the truth. We did not count the number of times the former president Barack Obama or George? W? Bush lied every day because they did not lie clearly and repeat the lies like Trump. To illustrate the frequency of Trumps telling lies, CNN analysts looked at the frequency of other things (or should be done) people do every day. Take drinking water as an example. CNN says people should drink 8 cups of water a day. But most people dont do it. Assuming that people drink 6 cups of water a day and drink the last drop of water in the cup, the president of the United States is saying something unreal. James, the former director of the FBI, said later in April that he faced the challenge of refuting Trumps erroneous proposition. He said, Trumps style of conversation is a series of assertions about the great things he has done. I think the challenge is that they will impact you like waves, and even if there are differences of opinion, these waves will continue to push you forward. But this is his style of action, that is, I am great, I am great, I am great. Comi believes that if we try to correct every exaggeration, misleading or false statement in Trumps mouth, we must constantly interrupt him. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com Author: Tian Ruizhe editor in charge: He Yufang _NN5632 To illustrate the frequency of Trumps telling lies, CNN analysts looked at the frequency of other things (or should be done) people do every day. Take drinking water as an example. CNN says people should drink 8 cups of water a day. But most people dont do it. Assuming that people drink 6 cups of water a day and drink the last drop of water in the cup, the president of the United States is saying something unreal. James, the former director of the FBI, said later in April that he faced the challenge of refuting Trumps erroneous proposition. He said, Trumps style of conversation is a series of assertions about the great things he has done. I think the challenge is that they will impact you like waves, and even if there are differences of opinion, these waves will continue to push you forward. But this is his style of action, that is, I am great, I am great, I am great. Comi believes that if we try to correct every exaggeration, misleading or false statement in Trumps mouth, we must constantly interrupt him.