David Axelrod is a former senior adviser to President Barack Obama. He is now an analyst for NBC News.
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Now that Jeb Hensarling has reportedly decided not to to bid for House majority leader, fellow Dallas Republican Pete Sessions is the Texan in the mix, according to news reports today.
Sessions has previously been fact-checked -- and also figured into our look into whether he raised campaign money at an adult club.
PolitiFact has often noted that economists say governors have a small effect their state's economy. For better or worse, the same thing was true when Mitt Romney was governor of Massachusetts.
The job numbers for June are worse than expected; we review some recent Truth-O-Meter items on employment.
But Axelrod was wrong when he said McDonnell balanced Virginia's budget by borrowing $3 billion against future federal transportation receipts. And McDonnell erred when he said "30 years after World War II, we cut the deficit every year."
White House adviser David Axelrod tried to attack the GOP agenda on This Week with Christiane Amanpour. We rate his accuracy here.
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