"There's no question Trump lied -- repeatedly, intentionally, over more than a year, enlisting top aides and advisers to further the deception," concluded the fact-checker
When reading an article, the fact-checker
looks at this kind of sentence, "There were 31 bars in Elko, Nevada, in 1965," and immediately asks, "How would I figure this out?
* The reporter, her editor, and the fact-checker
all say their main source was just ever so believable.
Or does it matter more that the fact-checker
has found 4,229 misleading statements?"
And while the fact-checker
did discuss the details with Klein, he did not call the zoo, as required under The Times's fact-checking standards.
"It is for this reason that I strongly denounce this political mudslinging," Panelo said, calling on the fact-checkers
of Facebook to show their impartiality.
Nonetheless, the fact-checkers
frequently quote the CDC statistic from 2015 that "only" 8,296 preborn babies were killed in extremely late-term abortions, a fact that would alarm most of the American public.
'What all these try to achieve is to mislead the fact-checkers
, the human rights groups, the media and the general public,' she added.
are essential because they strip away everything but the core statement and its level of truth based on fact," Duncan said.
' approach differed sharply from that of the college students and professors who we also studied.
have been doing this good work for years, but they're more newsworthy now, because there are just so many more lies to confront.
But the fact-checkers
enlisted by the company have claimed that the company is withholding information from them that could help them do their job more efficiently, according to a report.
Even the fact-checkers
who presumably try to be objective have not always done a good job in handling how candidates have mishandled the subject of the nuclear agreement.
It is this uncertainty that has driven the fact-checkers
to rate Clinton's statements as half-true.
To answer this question we sent our reporters out to meet the underdogs, the fact-checkers
, the data miners, and the money men.