President Donald Trump is a serial liar and he serially lied during his speech accepting the Republican nomination.CNN’s Daniel Dale says he counted at least 20 false, exaggerated or misleading claims from Trump on Thursday night. That’s in addition to a number of falsehoods from other speakers.Trump’s dishonesty touched on a range of topics, from the economy to his administration’s performance during the coronavirus pandemic. Some of Trump’s most egregious false claims were directed at Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
CNN’s Brianna Keilar fact-checks President Trump’s falsehoods from the past 24 hours.
This video answers the questions: Is Donald Trump a narcissist? If he is, which type of narcissism is evident: adaptive or maladaptive?
The Huffington Post’s Senior White House Correspondent S.V. Date tells CNN’s Brianna Keilar why he bluntly asked President Donald Trump if he regretted “all of the lying” he had done over the past three years.
U.S. President Donald Trump touted the economy after 1.8 million jobs were added in the month of July as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to stall hiring and slowing an economic rebound.
CNN’s Jeremy Diamond reports that President Donald Trump has been trying to associate former Vice President Joe Biden with the “radical left” and shore up support among evangelical voters.
CNN’s Erin Burnett criticizes President Donald Trump for saying coronavirus task force member Deborah Birx was “pathetic” for caving to Democrats after she told the truth about the coronavirus.
CNN’s John Avlon fact checks President Donald Trump’s promises of a new “full and complete” healthcare plan that would replace the Affordable Care Act.