For 1267 days of the presidency of the head of the White house Donald trump has made more than 20 thousand false or misleading statements. This is confirmed by calculations of the authoritative American newspaper The Washington Post.
According to the calculations of the newspaper, the mark of 10 thousand false claims trump has overcome in may of last year, 827 days after assuming the office of President of the United States. Thus, he did average 12 false or misleading statements a day. Over the next 14 months on the background of the impeachment, pandemic coronavirus and murder of the African-American George Floyd, the number of such claims doubled and July 9, has crossed the mark of 20 million (about 23 false statements per day).
As WP writes, July 9, trump gave an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity in which factchecker edition counted 62 false claims.
So, trump said has “tremendous support” in the African American community, but this is not confirmed by any poll; claimed to have brought the defence budget to a record $2.5 trillion, although in reality laid down their military budgets in three years, individually none of them was a record; said that his former assistant Paul Manafort being kept in solitary confinement, but in reality Manafort is “Autonomous dwelling” increased comfort.
Trump was elected U.S. President in November 2016, 20 January 2017 has been inaugurated. He intends to run for a second term. His main opponent will probably be former Vice-President of the USA Joe Biden, representing the Democratic party.