US President Donald Trump has made 1,950 false or misleading claims during the first 347 days of his time in the White House, according to a new report.
With a little more than two weeks from completing his first year in office, the Republican head of state is on the track to break the 2,000 barrier, The Washington Post reported Monday, citing its own fact-checks.
According to the report, Trump, who has a tendency to repeat some of his statements, has made at least 60 claims that he has repeated three or more times.
However, at a rate of 61 times, the president’s most repeated misstatements were about his predecessor Barack Obama’s healthcare law, or the Obamacare, as well as his claims about events or business decisions that happened before his election.
Apparently, Trump has claimed 61 times that the Obamacare is dying and “essentially dead.” This is while, according to the Congressional Budget Office, while the Obamacare exchanges…