Here’s an all-in-one. https://t.co/sJK3kFdp6P
— George Conway (@gtconway3d) August 31, 2019
This could keep you busy the entire Labor Day weekend — keeping up with a trending topic on Twitter, responses to invitations from the likes of George Conway (husband of Trump defender Kellyanne Conway) to post Donald Trump’s top lies.
One hashtag to follow — #PresidentPinocchiosTopLies But they appear without hashtag, too. Follow George Conway to keep up.
The outpouring was encouraged by the pronouncement of a Fox News commentator that he didn’t believe Trump had ever told a single lie. A better challenge is to cite a time he’s told the truth.
This exchange between Stuart Varney and Joe Walsh is oddly reminiscent of the torture scenes from “1984.”
Varney challenges Walsh: Name an example ofTrump lying.
Walsh names one. Varney denies it.
Walsh: “Do you believe he’s ever told the American people a lie?”
Varney: “No.” pic.twitter.com/XkDTJEk1dA
— Eric Kleefeld (@EricKleefeld) August 30, 2019
Mexico still hasn’t paid for the wall, by the way. Nor has a new foot of wall been built.