Let's call them what they are: LIES.
We've fallen so far from the expectations of a POTUS. Legend has it that the first POTUS, George Washington, was taught the importance of truth from his father. At age 6, it is said that young George struck his father's cherry tree with a hatchet. When his father asked what caused the damage to his beloved tree, George replied "I cannot tell a lie", taking responsibility for his actions.
45, however, seems to have the opposite problem. He cannot tell the truth.
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