Donald John Trump is blazing a trail as president of the United States that well might establish a new benchmark that grabs the attention of future presidents.
The Washington Post has been keeping tabs on the number of lies that Trump has told since he took office in January 2017.
Trump has passed the 9,000 mark in the number of false or “misleading” statements, according to the Post. What’s more, he is on pace already to exceed the lying rate he set in the first two years of his presidency, the Post reports.
The Post reports: “The President averaged nearly 5.9 false or misleading claims a day in his first year in office. He hit nearly 16.5 a day in his second year. So far in 2019, he’s averaging nearly 22 claims a day.”
Hey, man! That is awesome.
Trump brags about his big numbers: biggest crowd in history at his inaugural; biggest tax cut in history, he’s done more in his first two years than any president in U.S. history; more jobs created than ever.
Now, though, Trump has provided demonstrable evidence that his lying numbers are No. 1 in the history of the high office he holds.
Nice going, Mr. President.