By at least one measure
"We spend more on our military than the next eight nations combined."
We've "lifted high school graduation rates to new highs."
Job growth hasn't brought much income growth
The economy is "too weak to raise income levels."
Job creation stats show positive
"Our businesses have created jobs every single month since (Obamacare) became law."
Improvement since the last State of the Union, in fact
We have cut "our deficits by almost three-quarters."
$866 million isn't 'practically nothing'
"We get practically nothing compared to the cost of" keeping U.S. military forces in South Korea.
They're all in Qatar
The five Guantanamo detainees swapped for Bowe Bergdahl are "back on the battlefield."
Major agreement came three months later
"When we held recent economic dialogues with China, we agreed on over 100 different things — including wildlife trafficking and volcano research. None of these 100-plus points of agreement addressed cybersecurity."
But he did want to arm Syrian moderates
"Marco Rubio voted against authorizing President Obama to strike Syria after Assad used chemical weapons on his own people."
Possible, but a little complicated
"A violent felon can buy (a gun) over the Internet with no background check, no questions asked."
Footage isn't from U.S. Mexico border; it's from Morocco
A Trump television ad shows Mexicans swarming over "our southern border."
Loose correlation, not causation
"Everywhere that we have more citizens carrying guns, crime is less. There's a study showing that where states have open carry or concealed carry, but particularly open carry, the crime is down 25 percent."
"Vast" is an overstatement
"Both Cruz and Rubio are missing the vast majority of their votes."
Searches were run
"We didn't go out and take" information from the Hillary Clinton campaign.
Toothless, but support nonetheless
Says Bernie Sanders "voted for regime change with respect to Libya."
At most, an act of omission, not commission
Says the Obama administration invited "Russia into Syria."
Trump earns his first True
Says American polling shows Russian President Vladimir Putin has "an 80 percent approval rating."
Double digits exist, but not the whole story
The Affordable Care Act is "making families pay double-digit premium increases."
The United States spends "almost three times per capita what they spend in the U.K." on health care and "50 percent more than they pay in France."
Not as dramatic as he makes it out to be
"Secretary Clinton changes her position on (gun issues) every election year, it seems, having one position in 2000 and then campaigning against President Obama and saying we don't need federal standards."
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