Glenn Kessler The Washington Post

'Glenn Kessler The Washington Post' - 10 News Result(s)

  • Trump Averaged 15 False Claims A Day In 2018: Report
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Monday December 31, 2018
    President Donald Trump's year of lies, false statements and misleading claims started with a series of morning tweets.
  • The Harsh Interrogations Of Al-Qaida Detainees: Was It 'Torture' And Did It Help Find Bin Laden?
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Wednesday March 21, 2018
    Talking about whether the administration of President George W. Bush allowed the torture of al-Qaida suspects - and whether the techniques, which included waterboarding, achieved results - is a lot like talking about religion. Either you believe it or you don't, and there is little bridging the chasm.
  • What's Melania Trump's Parents' Immigration Status? Here Are Possible Options
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Monday February 19, 2018
    Several readers asked about the immigration status of Melania Trump's parents, Viktor and Amalija Knavs, after spotting social media posts that made claims such as this: "Here are Melania's Parents. Viktor and Amalija Knavs. They live in the United States Permanently now because of Chain Migration after Melania's Visa Expired & she stayed here Ille...
  • President Trump Made 2,140 False Or Misleading Claims In His First Year: Report
    World News | Glenn Kessler and Meg Kelly, The Washington Post | Sunday January 21, 2018
    One year after taking the oath of office, President Donald Trump has made 2,140 false or misleading claims, according to The Fact Checker's database that analyzes, categorizes and tracks every suspect statement uttered by the president. That's an average of nearly 5.9 claims a day.
  • In A 30-Minute Interview, President Trump Made 24 False Or Misleading Claims
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Saturday December 30, 2017
    President Donald Trump gave an impromptu half-hour interview with The New York Times on Dec. 28. Washington Post combed through the transcript and here's a quick round-up of the false, misleading or dubious claims that he made, at rate of one claim every 75 seconds.
  • Trump's Claim That US Nuclear Arsenal Is Now 'Far Stronger And More Powerful'
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Thursday August 10, 2017
    "My first order as President was to renovate and modernize our nuclear arsenal. It is now far stronger and more powerful than ever before."- President Trump, in a tweet, Aug. 9, 2017. As part of his saber-rattling with North Korea, President Trump made this claim about the U.S. nuclear arsenal. Readers wanted to know: Can the nuclear arsenal be mod...
  • Fact-Checking President Trump's Claims On The Paris Climate Change Deal
    World News | Glenn Kessler and Michelle Ye Hee Lee, The Washington Post | Friday June 2, 2017
    In his speech Thursday announcing his decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement, President Donald Trump frequently relied on dubious facts and unbalanced claims to make his case that the accord would hurt the U.S. economy.
  • President Donald Trump's First Seven Days Of False Claims, Inaccurate Statements And Exaggerations
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Friday January 27, 2017
    Regular readers know that candidate Donald Trump had difficulty with facts. Now that Trump is president, he continues to make misleading statements, based on incomplete information, inaccurate statistics or flights of fancy. Here's an accounting of his public statements in the first seven days as president, not counting his error-plagued inaugurati...
  • The Clinton Email Probe: Questions And Answers
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Sunday October 30, 2016
    Most breaking news stories, especially ones based on law-enforcement sources, tend to be contradictory, confusing or incomplete. That's because reporters are chasing for scraps of information, which may or may not be right depending on the quality of the sourcing. It usually takes a few days - or weeks - for a complete and accurate picture to emerg...
  • No, Putin Did Not Call Donald Trump 'A Genius'
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Wednesday May 4, 2016
    Donald Trump, the front-runner for the GOP presidential nomination, has reveled in what he considers high praise from Russian President Vladimir Putin. He likes to claim, in fact, that Putin called him "a genius."

'Glenn Kessler The Washington Post' - 10 News Result(s)

  • Trump Averaged 15 False Claims A Day In 2018: Report
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Monday December 31, 2018
    President Donald Trump's year of lies, false statements and misleading claims started with a series of morning tweets.
  • The Harsh Interrogations Of Al-Qaida Detainees: Was It 'Torture' And Did It Help Find Bin Laden?
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Wednesday March 21, 2018
    Talking about whether the administration of President George W. Bush allowed the torture of al-Qaida suspects - and whether the techniques, which included waterboarding, achieved results - is a lot like talking about religion. Either you believe it or you don't, and there is little bridging the chasm.
  • What's Melania Trump's Parents' Immigration Status? Here Are Possible Options
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Monday February 19, 2018
    Several readers asked about the immigration status of Melania Trump's parents, Viktor and Amalija Knavs, after spotting social media posts that made claims such as this: "Here are Melania's Parents. Viktor and Amalija Knavs. They live in the United States Permanently now because of Chain Migration after Melania's Visa Expired & she stayed here Ille...
  • President Trump Made 2,140 False Or Misleading Claims In His First Year: Report
    World News | Glenn Kessler and Meg Kelly, The Washington Post | Sunday January 21, 2018
    One year after taking the oath of office, President Donald Trump has made 2,140 false or misleading claims, according to The Fact Checker's database that analyzes, categorizes and tracks every suspect statement uttered by the president. That's an average of nearly 5.9 claims a day.
  • In A 30-Minute Interview, President Trump Made 24 False Or Misleading Claims
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Saturday December 30, 2017
    President Donald Trump gave an impromptu half-hour interview with The New York Times on Dec. 28. Washington Post combed through the transcript and here's a quick round-up of the false, misleading or dubious claims that he made, at rate of one claim every 75 seconds.
  • Trump's Claim That US Nuclear Arsenal Is Now 'Far Stronger And More Powerful'
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Thursday August 10, 2017
    "My first order as President was to renovate and modernize our nuclear arsenal. It is now far stronger and more powerful than ever before."- President Trump, in a tweet, Aug. 9, 2017. As part of his saber-rattling with North Korea, President Trump made this claim about the U.S. nuclear arsenal. Readers wanted to know: Can the nuclear arsenal be mod...
  • Fact-Checking President Trump's Claims On The Paris Climate Change Deal
    World News | Glenn Kessler and Michelle Ye Hee Lee, The Washington Post | Friday June 2, 2017
    In his speech Thursday announcing his decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement, President Donald Trump frequently relied on dubious facts and unbalanced claims to make his case that the accord would hurt the U.S. economy.
  • President Donald Trump's First Seven Days Of False Claims, Inaccurate Statements And Exaggerations
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Friday January 27, 2017
    Regular readers know that candidate Donald Trump had difficulty with facts. Now that Trump is president, he continues to make misleading statements, based on incomplete information, inaccurate statistics or flights of fancy. Here's an accounting of his public statements in the first seven days as president, not counting his error-plagued inaugurati...
  • The Clinton Email Probe: Questions And Answers
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Sunday October 30, 2016
    Most breaking news stories, especially ones based on law-enforcement sources, tend to be contradictory, confusing or incomplete. That's because reporters are chasing for scraps of information, which may or may not be right depending on the quality of the sourcing. It usually takes a few days - or weeks - for a complete and accurate picture to emerg...
  • No, Putin Did Not Call Donald Trump 'A Genius'
    World News | Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post | Wednesday May 4, 2016
    Donald Trump, the front-runner for the GOP presidential nomination, has reveled in what he considers high praise from Russian President Vladimir Putin. He likes to claim, in fact, that Putin called him "a genius."
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