2nd Presidential Debate Fact Check

ABC News' Jon Karl analyzes the true and not true statements made by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the second presidential debate.
3:24 | 10/10/16

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Transcript for 2nd Presidential Debate Fact Check
We're back now with our debate fact check both candidates accusing each other of lying multiple times thinks he's no Karl is back he Rivera for the big Hollywood here. All right do your thing. All right there's no shortage of things to fact check from that debate let's begin with the question of Hillary Clinton's emails Donald Trump made this extraordinary accusation. It has never been anything like this where emails and you get a subpoena. He'd get a subpoena and after getting the subpoena you delete 33000. Emails. Well we rated that mostly true in fact Hillary Clinton. Did it or 33000 of her emails were deleted. Just a week after she received a subpoena from the congressional committee investigating Ben Ghazi. It's important to point out though that FBI director. James called me said that he did not think that there were any quote evil intents are intent to obstruct justice which appears to be what Donald Trump was suggesting. This was also the question of the Russian or alleged Russian hacking of the DNC here's what Donald Thompson about that. But I notice any time anything wrong happens to like to say the Russians or she is an officer Russians during the hacking may be there is no hacking. But they always blame Russia. OK so we rated that false because the intelligence community and Robin this is he sixteen intelligence agencies that make up the US intelligence community. Came out with a finding that quote the US intelligence community is confident that the Russian government directed the recent compromises of emails. We believe based on the scope and sensitivity of these efforts. That only Russia's senior most officials could have authorized these activities are with that counts extraordinary about this is that presumably Donald Trump is getting intelligence briefings every day absolutely and you know I mean I guess the one thing you could save the intelligence community's been wrong in the past but this is a finding that is without dispute from the entire US intelligence can also Savannah came up that late night twenty. Absolutely so this was of course the case of police you Machado here's what Donald Trump denied saying. Days after the first debate you sent out a series of tweets from 3M to 5 AM including one that told people a check out a sex tape. Is that the disk. Linda good doctor wasn't sick chickens and extend hoosiers take a look at the person that she built up to be this wonderful. A girl scout who was no girls get well now this one is point blank false sud Donald Trump. Twittered exactly what Anderson said. This was the actual tweet let's bring it up did crooked Hillary help disgusting check out sex tape and passed police here Machado become a US citizen. So I mean keeps it word for Gordon said he didn't into how about the compound that was something that was part of that was an extraordinary. Moment during this debate let's play with all troops have. Personal kept. Income and is an American hero and if I were president at that time he would be alive today. Because I like her who voted for the war without knowing what she was doing. I would not have had our people in Iraq Iraq was a disaster. So you would have been alive today. Well the Condit family did its own fact check on this saying in a statement just after the debate ended quote. We know that our son captain your mind con is an American hero we also know that Donald Trump is not telling the truth when he says he was against the Iraq War. Our son served this country with honor and sacrifice the only thing Donald Trump sacrifices. As the true.

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