Sen. Mitch McConnell revised history when explaining why he supported President Trump’s missile strike on Syria but opposed President Obama’s call for a targeted strike against Syria after a chemical weapons incident in 2013.
Secretary of State John Kerry and Sen. Tom Cotton each claimed the other distorted the facts regarding the role of Congress in a possible international deal on Iran’s nuclear program.
Secretary of State John Kerry says both he and Chuck Hagel, now the secretary of defense, “opposed the president’s decision to go into Iraq” as senators. But both voted to give President Bush the authority to use military force in Iraq.
Almost all of the misinformation coming from politicians on the Sunday shows this week had to do with the expiring Bush tax cuts, which Congress is expected to vote on […]
Saturday’s Senate debate on the health care bill included a few mentions of yours truly, FactCheck.org. Our work was cited on Dec. 2 by Sen. John McCain, who quoted from […]
Controversial ad implies Dean, Boxer & Kerry advocate “retreat and defeat.” We supply background.
The ad is accurate. But it leaves out details on how Kerry would pay for his proposal, and what it might cost.
Abortions rising under Bush? Not true. How that false claim came to be – and lives on.