About three weeks after the New York Times first used the word 'lie' in a headline as a way of confronting the lack of truth coming out of the West Wing, the entire media world, bloggers, Twitters -- anyone associated with communications -- now calls 'lies' for what they are. Trump spokesperson and adviser Kellyanne Conway may have invented the terms: 'alternative facts', but you can't pour water in that vessel without having leaks everywhere.
In a new development, the list of lies in Trump's long, meandering press conference Thursday Nov. 16, caused his base to love him and left the rest of us speechless. The lies were so numerous as to be frightening. PolitiFact takes a stab at separating fact from fiction.
Fact-checking Donald Trump's Feb. 16 press conference Politifact