All Mostly False statements involving Hillary Clinton

"A salesclerk at Hobby Lobby who needs contraception … is not going to get that service through her employer’s health care plan because her employer doesn’t think she should be using contraception."

"We came out of the White House not only dead broke, but in debt."

In 2001, former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan "justified increasing spending and cutting taxes, saying that we didn't really need to pay down the debt."

"John McCain wants to privatize Social Security."

"We are winning the popular vote."

It doesn't make sense "historically" to drop out because the 1968 race was still competitive when "Bobby Kennedy was assassinated in June in California."

"The White House is won in the swing states, and I am winning the swing states."

There are prototype cars that get between 100 and 150 miles per gallon and "we could have those cars in your garages in a couple of years."

Barack Obama's health care plan "will cost taxpayers $1,700 more to cover each new person."

"My husband didn't wrap up the nomination until June."

As first lady, Clinton would travel to places that were "too small, too poor or too dangerous" for the president.

Obama voted for "tax subsidies and giveways" that have slowed oil companies from pursuing clean energy sources.

"I negotiated open borders to let fleeing refugees into safety from Kosovo."

"I was fighting against those (Republican) ideas when you were practicing law and representing your contributor, Rezko, in his slum landlord business in inner city Chicago."

"I can't sign money. That's illegal."

"The estate tax, which came into being by Republicans like Teddy Roosevelt and others ... is there for a real simple reason: In America, we've never liked the idea of massive inherited wealth."

"All of the records, as far as I know, about what we did with health care, those are already available."

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