Trump’s Baseless Claim of Russian Support for Biden

In recent weeks, Trump administration officials have described attempts by Russia to undermine Joe Biden’s presidential campaign. Yet, contrary to official statements and actions by his own officials, President Donald Trump said that Russia “probably” wants Biden to win.

The president made his remarks during a Sept. 15 interview on “Fox & Friends.”

Trump, Sept. 15: And China is hoping that Biden gets in. Russia? Probably they want Biden, because, look, nobody’s been tougher to Russia than me. Nobody.

Later in the day, at a joint White House appearance with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Trump repeated his remark about Russia.

“There is nothing [Iran] or.

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da FactCheck.org

FactCheck.org7 min lettiCrime & Violence
Trump’s Law and Order Distortions
President Donald Trump made false and misleading statements in an attempt to contrast his stance on law enforcement with that of Joe Biden, his Democratic opponent in the presidential race. The post Trump’s Law and Order Distortions appeared first on
FactCheck.org6 min lettiAmerican Government
Trump Distorts WHO’s Lockdown Comments
At campaign rallies and in tweets, President Trump falsely said the World Health Organization changed its position and “admitted that Donald Trump was right” about lockdowns. But the agency has said no such thing. The post Trump Distorts WHO’s Lockdo
FactCheck.org8 min lettiAmerican Government
FactChecking Biden’s Town Hall
At a televised town hall in Philadelphia, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden made false and misleading claims on COVID-19, health insurance and the 1994 crime bill. The post FactChecking Biden’s Town Hall appeared first on FactCheck.org.