Didn't say she broke the law; didn't retract, either
The New York Times "had to retract" its story that Hillary Clinton’s email handling had broken certain laws.
The records aren't changing hands
The USA Freedom Act undercuts privacy because "the phone records will be in the hands of the phone companies with hundreds of people available to look at the records, versus 20 or 30 people in the government."
Even interpreted charitably, her claim is greatly misleading
Hedge fund managers "pay less in taxes than nurses and truck drivers."
Tough to swallow
"We spend more money on antacids than we do on politics."
Existing programs haven't devastated anything
"I can tell you with certainty (cap and trade) would have a devastating impact on our economy."
One, certainly not all
Says "all my grandparents" immigrated to America.
It's a study of 3,000 kids -- not an across-the-board requirement
Say Michelle Obama "mandates" weighing children in day care.
'Imagine' this was accurate
"Small businesses (are) going out of business in record numbers."
Garbled talking point
Job growth in the United States is now at the "fastest pace in this country's history."
A researcher called the claim 'insane'
"A lot of people who go into prison straight, and when they come out they’re gay."
A whopper from McDonald
"Nine hundred people have been fired since I became secretary (of Veterans Affairs). We’ve got 60 people that we fired who have manipulated wait times."
No evidence, historians say
Say George Washington said that "when government takes away citizens’ right to bear arms it becomes citizens’ duty to take away government’s right to govern."
Congress has long history of weighing in
The current debate over authorizing military action against the Islamic State "would be the first time Congress would place limits on the commander-in-chief's ability to be commander-in-chief."
Obama's prior comments tell another story
"Obama has chosen to deny the vicious anti-Semitic motivation of the attack on a kosher Jewish grocery in Paris."
It was about commerce and national interests
"Over 200 years ago, the United States had declared war on Islam, and Thomas Jefferson led the charge!"
It's much, much less
"Over half the people on disability are either anxious or their back hurts."
The timelines don't match up
A recent economic uptick appears to "coincide" with "the expectation of a new Republican Congress."
It was a central piece of Obama's 2012 campaign
Says President Barack Obama has "not proposed one thing that would change" the fact that Warren Buffett pays a lower tax rate than his secretary.
Exit polls say otherwise
In the 2014 elections, "the American people overwhelmingly said we don't want Obamacare … and we don't want amnesty."
From 'I'm not a king' to 'obliged to do everything I can'
"My position hasn’t changed" on using executive authority to address immigration issues.
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