Statements we say are Mostly True
In Syria, "we struck a deal where we got 100 percent of the chemical weapons out."
"The so-called defense minister of the People's Republic of Donetsk ... actually posted a bragging social media posting of having shot down a military transport. And then when it became apparent it was civilian, they pulled it down from social media."
Alaska Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Mark Begich "vote as much as 80 percent of the time together."
"Women of childbearing age spend 68 percent more in out-of-pocket health care costs than men."
"In 31 states, decent child care costs more than college tuition."
"The United States is the only developed country in the world without paid maternity leave."
"By 2006, the American people were overwhelmingly against the Iraq War."
"Thousands of Westerners and Americans" are fighting with extremists in eastern Syria and Iraq.
"In Iran in 1979, the extremists hijacked the broad-based popular revolution against the Shah and established a brutal theocracy."
"By the time I left" the State Department, "economic growth was up and opium production was down" in Afghanistan, while "infant mortality declined" and school enrollment rose by more than sevenfold.
The five Taliban detainees being released from Guantanamo in exchange for captured Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl "are the hardest of the hard-core. These are the highest high-risk people."
"Today, the five largest financial institutions are 38 percent bigger than they were back in 2008, when they were too big to fail."
Says Hillary Clinton opposed an individual mandate and favored an employer mandate back in 1993.
"Canadian middle class incomes are now higher than in the United States. They are working fewer hours for more pay, … living longer on average, and facing less income inequality."
"Virtually no Republican" in Washington accepts climate change science.
Congress used earmarks "for more than 200 years."
"During the George W. Bush period, there were 13 attacks on various embassies and consulates around the world. Sixty people died."
"A small majority of Americans don’t think they like the Affordable Care Act, but a large majority of Americans don’t want to do away with the protections that are in the Affordable Care Act."
"One thing that is much more unpopular than the Affordable Care Act is repealing the Affordable Care Act."
The Koch brothers are "the richest people in the world. Individually, they're only fifth. Put them together they're the richest in the world."
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