CNN's Jim Acosta noted that fact-checking President Donald Trump takes so much time that it may make sense to do "truth-telling" segments where they go over what Trump said that was true. Acosta noted that running through the fact-checks and the lies often take more time.
"Instead of doing fact-checking after these news conferences, you could almost do truth-checking," he told host Wolf Blitzer. "Because it would take you less time to pull out the true statements from Donald Trump. Falsehood after falsehood after half-truth after falsehood."
Trump has made well over 20,000 lies whine in office as of July, according to a Washington Post list keeping track. Trump also tends to repeat the lies multiple times, so individually it would make the numbers well over 20,000 lies.
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