“You’re certainly entitled to your own opinions, not to your own facts."
"This is a chronology error roughly on the scale of saying Instagram Stories are older than the Roman Republic."
“That's not true, neither of those things are true," Marie Harf told Jason Chaffetz.
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The 90-minute debate, which begins at 8 p.m. central time at Longwood University in Farmville, Va., will be fact-checked
Viewers were subjected to at least 31 falsehoods over 90 minutes from both candidates.
Viewers were subjected to at least 28 falsehoods in 90 minutes from 2 candidates.
Journalism's fact-checking process is supposed to identify errors, or outright lies, by presenting clear, undeniable facts that contradict someone's statement. Instead, however, the process has become a means of blurring the line between fact and opinion -- between easily demonstrable truths and more abstract, more challengeable viewpoints.
The GOP nominee keeps saying he opposed the Iraq war from the start. He didn't.
It is ironic that Trump referred to the "47 percent" during Romney's campaign.
Trump embellished statistics about his running mate's economic achievements as Indiana's governor.