Updated: Tricky to track the dollars
"We spend about 75 percent of the entire cost of the military aspect of NATO."
Not as strong a connection as he suggests
"We win when voter turnout is high, we lose when it is low."
Not all businesses
"The city of Charlotte passed a bathroom ordinance mandate on every private-sector employer in Charlotte."
A Fox News town hall excluded
In nine Democratic debates, "We've not had one question about a woman's right to make her own decisions about reproductive health care, not one question."
An old exaggeration, even more so this time
The Republicans "still want to privatize (Social Security). In fact, their whole idea is to turn over the Social Security trust fund to Wall Street."
A nuanced position
"When this campaign began, I said that we’ve got to end the starvation minimum wage of $7.25, raise it to $15. Secretary Clinton said let's raise it to $12."
Consistently moderate on guns
Says Bernie Sanders "has been largely a very reliable supporter of the NRA."
As best as the imperfect disclosure rules show
"I remain one of the poorer members of the United States Senate."
A complex legal debate
"We have tougher standards holding toy gun manufacturers and sellers to account than we do for real guns."
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."
The support comes with conditions
Says Hillary Clinton supported and continues to "support fracking."
Right number; significance is murkier
"The state that has the highest per capita number of … guns that end up committing crimes in New York come from Vermont."
Short by several polls
"Poll after poll after poll shows me beating Hillary."
Glass could be half full OR half empty
Says the Congressional Budget Office "is expecting a protracted economic malaise for at least the next decade under current policies."
It's a lot of money
"The largest U.S. companies would owe $620 billion in U.S. taxes on the cash they store in tax havens."
Clinton supports trade deals but job loss question not settled
Says Hillary Clinton voted "for virtually every trade agreement that has cost the workers of this country millions of jobs."
Murky legal definitions
Says Bernie Sanders "wants higher standards for toy guns than real guns."
Clinton hasn't gone that far
Says Hillary Clinton "has been saying lately that she thinks that I am, 'not qualified to be president.' "
It was a super PAC, not Cruz himself
"Many just call him 'Lyin' Ted.' ... His TV ad about John Kasich? Lie! Stations had to pull it off the air."
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