Washington (CNN)Here is part two of our fact-checked list of President Donald Trump’s false claims for the seven weeks running from March 16 through May 3. This focuses on false claims not directly related to the coronavirus pandemic. Click here for a list of Trump’s false claims about the pandemic from March 16 through May 3. Click here for a breakdown of Trump’s dishonesty between January 27 and May 3. Trump’s popularity and accomplishments Read More Trump’s rally crowds “I mean, everybody wants the rallies. The rallies — we never had an empty seat, from the time I came down the escalator with a person that became our great first lady — who people really love, and they love her at those rallies too.” — May 3 remarks at Fox News “virtual town hall” event Facts First: There have been empty seats at various Trump rallies, including an October rally Minneapolis, a July rally in Greenville, North Carolina, an October 2018 rally in Houston and an April 2017 rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, according to journalists on the scene. Trump’s rally crowd in Wildwood, New Jersey Boasting again about his rally crowds before the pandemic, Trump claimed, “In one case, I… Read full this story
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