US President Donald Trump smiles during a Make America Great Again rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin, April 27, 2019. / AFP / SAUL LOEB
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After just over 800 days in office, President Donald Trump has made more than 10,000 "false or misleading claims," according to a tally released Monday by the Washington Post.At the time, Trump averaged just five false claims a day. In the past seven months, that total has risen to an average of nearly 23 every day, made at rallies, on Twitter, in speeches or in encounters with the media. During his "Make America Great Again" rallies, Trump has taken the most liberties with the truth, the Post said: 22 percent of his erroneous comments are made at rallies of his dedicated supporters.
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