Fact Checking News
AP FACT CHECK : Trump tells tall tales even without Twitter
It's been a muted week for President Donald Trump when it comes to tweeting, but AP Fact Checks have spotted some tall tales in his rhetoric during his first foreign trip since taking office.
NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week
A roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week. None of these stories are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. AP checked these out; here are the real facts: NOT REAL: Donald Trump Signs Executive Order Allowing The Hunting Of Bald Eagles
AP FACT CHECK : Trump sides with French winner, at least now
AP FACT CHECK: Trump sides with French election winner, at least now that he's won
AP FACT CHECK : Did Trump really favor Macron in France?
AP FACT CHECK: French official says Trump told Macron he was 'my guy' in election, despite Trump's praise of rival
AP FACT CHECK : Medicaid a target for cuts despite assurance
AP FACT CHECK: Medicaid a target for cuts despite assurances from Trump budget chief
AP FACT CHECK : Trump's theory about Iran's collapse
AP FACT CHECK: Trump's theory that Iran was 6 months from ruin before nuclear deal
AP FACT CHECK : No Medicaid cuts in Trump budget? Really?
AP FACT CHECK: Trump budget chief misleads in insisting no cuts to Medicaid
AP FACT CHECK : Trump's suspect claim about Iran's collapse
AP FACT CHECK: Trump's suspect claim about the imminent collapse of Iran before nuclear deal
AP FACT CHECK : Budget chief slams Obama growth forecast
AP FACT CHECK: Budget chief glosses over differences in Obama and Trump economies as he slams previous administration on growth forecasts
Fox removes report from website about murdered DNC staffer
Fox says it has removed a story from its website where an investigator speculated about a murdered Democratic National Committee member's ties to leaks