Trump Seeks ‘Middle Ground between True and False Information’

Saying that true statements are not always right and that false statements are not always wrong, President Trump on Thursday laid out his vision of an America where “knowledge and ignorance are both accepted and respected for what they are — big words.” He twice noted that knowledge and ignorance should be treated as equals “because each of those words has exactly nine letters in it, or they did when I counted them this morning.” 

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Trump Failed to Disclose Sleepovers at Kremlin with Putin

In late 2015 and through much of 2016, while still a candidate for president, Donald Trump appeared more than 20 times at the front gate of the Kremlin, wearing a school backpack filled with toothbrush, pajamas, picture book, and Steve Bannon doll. On these occasions, Russian President Vladimir Putin would personally open the big gate for Mr. Trump and lead him to the carpeted recreation room where the two men would eat popcorn and play board games long into the night.

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