Both are doing pretty well
Says Hillary Clinton "makes more per hour at a speaking gig than the average CEO does in a year."
The proof isn't solid
As a senator, Hillary Clinton "actually paid female staffers a lot less than men."
Moms matter, but this stat is wrong
"Two-thirds of American families rely on the mother's income to stay above the poverty level."
The clip isn't as damning as Scarborough suggests
Says the Clintons "burst through their own self-pronounced guidelines" by accepting foreign donations. "There is a clip of Bill Clinton saying we're not going to take foreign donations."
A misreading of the numbers
"Eighty-five percent of every dollar donated to the Clinton Foundation ended up either with the Clintons or with their staff to pay for travel, salaries, and benefits. Fifteen cents of every dollar actually went to some charitable beneficiary."
No evidence of a pledge
Said President Barack Obama "said he was going to stop (signature strikes)."
What's clear is it's not that clear
The money the Clinton Foundation took from from foreign governments while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state "is clearly illegal. … The Constitution says you can’t take this stuff."
An eat-your-veggies kind of claim
$29 is what "families on SNAP (i.e. food stamps) have to live on for a week."
An exaggeration coupled with fuzzy words
Says Hillary Clinton "erased all of her emails even though they were subject to recall and review by Congress."
No paper trail
"Obama has been sending taxpayer dollars, at least $350,000 to fund anti-Likud, anti-Netanyahu groups in Israel for (the) election."
A misfire on both targets
Under New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, homicides are up by 20 percent, and subway delays have soared 45 percent.
All aboard the post-election walk-back tour!
Says Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu "didn't change his position" on a two-state solution.
More than zero, even allowing for hyperbole
There was "just about zero press coverage" of the 2007 Bush White House email controversy.
One point in a long list of issues
Said former U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Scott Gration "was forced to resign two years ago because of his personal use of emails."
Leaves most ammo alone
Says "President Obama is using executive actions to impose gun control on the nation, targeting the top-selling rifle in the country ... with a ban on one of the most-used" assault rifle bullets.
Happy, happy, happy -- to correct the record
According to the CDC, "110 million Americans now have a sexually transmitted illness."
A picture in need of 1,000 words
"ISIS lures women with kittens, nutella."
An old claim a reader asked us to look into
Says Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has an "immigrant family background."
Vast majority share last name
"A married couple that" use the same last name "is rarer and rarer in our country."
An extrapolation based on limited data
"Every year in the United States between 3,000 and 4,500 severe vaccine reactions are reported to the Centers for Disease Control. Not mild reactions. Severe reactions that land somebody in the hospital, the intensive care unit or cause a permanent disability or death."
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