👓 Analysis | Not just misleading. Not merely false. A lie. | Washington Post

Read Not just misleading. Not merely false. A lie. by Glenn Kessler (Washington Post)

The Post's Fact Checker Glenn Kessler explains why he's labeling President Trump's claims about Michael Cohen and Stormy Daniels "a lie."

The first denial that Donald Trump knew about hush-money payments to silence women came four days before he was elected president, when his spokeswoman Hope Hicks said, without hedging, “We have no knowledge of any of this.”

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