What about Baghdad, Damascus, Tripoli?
"There are places in America that are among the most dangerous in the world. You go to places like Oakland. Or Ferguson. The crime numbers are worse. Seriously."
We counted a lot more than one
"Let me say that I don't think (Bernie Sanders has) had a single negative ad ever run against him."
This claim misses the mark
Says Hillary Clinton "wants to abolish the Second Amendment."
That's the number for the Americas (plural)
"In the United States alone we lose more than 3,000 people a day to cancer."
Voter eligibility gets checked
"You have to be a citizen to vote," but with same-day voter registration, "you have places where people just walk in and vote."
A repeatedly debunked claim
"We're the highest taxed nation in the world."
Expert calls Trump claim a "gem of misinformation."
"ISIS is making millions of dollars a week selling Libyan oil."
Maybe he kept this to himself
"I was totally against the war in Iraq, saying for many years that it would destabilize the Middle East."
Obama used the term repeatedly, sometimes with caveats
Says President Barack Obama never said, "No boots on the ground" in Syria.
Ryan's career record: 58-61
Says professional football coach Rex Ryan "won championships in New York. The AFC, I think, twice."
Rubbish about rubbish
"Every bit of plastic that has ever been created still exists."
Trump is in a worse spot than Reagan was
"My numbers are better right now than Ronald Reagan's numbers were with Jimmy Carter."
It was a super PAC, not Cruz himself
New Day for America
"Many just call him 'Lyin' Ted.' ... His TV ad about John Kasich? Lie! Stations had to pull it off the air."
Clinton, among others, has been much more transparent
Says his campaign has released his past tax returns.
Not the naked truth
Says Ted Cruz distributed the ad showing a nude Melania Trump on a rug.
People who have read the deal say otherwise
"When those restrictions expire (in the Iran nuclear deal), Iran will have an industrial-size military nuclear capability ready to go."
U.S. was careful not to guarantee anything
"Ukraine voluntarily gave up its nuclear weapons because the United States of America" said it would "ensure (its) territorial integrity from Russia."
Says Senate Republicans are "following a longstanding tradition of not filling vacancies on the Supreme Court in the middle of a presidential election year."
60 Minutes interview out of context
Club for Growth
Says Donald Trump promised "to take care of everybody (through government-run healthcare and) the government's going to pay for it."
Expert: He got the name of country right, but that's it
Under the Iran nuclear deal, "we give them $150 billion, we get nothing."
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