President Donald Trump lashed out at the NASCAR driver, falsely claiming that a noose found in his racetrack garage was a “hoax.”
The "Harry Potter" star became "the first famous person to be publicly confirmed," according to a bogus Twitter account.
Some at Trump's North Carolina rally said they doubted the deadly coronavirus even exists.
Trump, meanwhile, denounced criticism of his response to the threat as a “hoax” cooked up by his political enemies.
In a new op-ed on Fox News' website, Andrew Napolitano debunked Trump's "hoax" defense in his Senate impeachment trial.
Kansas police chief calls the incident a "black eye" on law enforcement.
Karol Sanchez told police that she orchestrated the hoax because of her relationship with her "overprotective" mother.
"This is someone who said white supremacy is a hoax," Democratic National Committee Vice Chair Michael Blake said.
The Department Of Justice is starting its own criminal investigation into how it handle the investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election.