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2019 was a big year for viral falsehoods on social media.
Since the Sept. 26 release of the whistleblower complaint about his call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky, Trump has insisted more than 80 times that the whistleblower’s account is fake, fraudulent, incorrect, "total fiction," "made up," and "sooo wrong." Despite what Trump claims, the whistleblower got the call "almost completely" right.
PolitiFact readers asked us several questions related to the impeachment inquiry and public House hearings.
PolitiFact has previously reported on the similarities and differences between Ukrainian and Russian election meddling. But we decided to take a closer look at the Politico story to outline what it does — and doesn’t — show about Ukraine’s involvement in 2016.
Thanksgiving is a time for political arguments with your relatives.
For Republicans, the choice on social media is clear: support the president or get smeared.