The Washington Post fact checker gave Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) “two Pinocchios” for claiming Wednesday that the Senate Republican tax plan is “kicking 13 million people off health insurance to give tax cuts to the wealthy” by adding a repeal of the Obamacare individual mandate to the most recent version of the bill.
The Washington Post “Fact Checker” blog gave Senate Democrats “Four Pinocchios” on Thursday for falsely claiming the Republican tax reform plan would raise taxes on most middle-class families.
Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie’s neighbor, Jill Burnett, slammed the Washington Post on Friday after the paper’s reporters were loitering in their Alexandria, Va. neighborhood and driving along with cars leaving Gillespie’s cul-de-sac.
The Washington Post fact-checker on Tuesday gave Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill (Mo.) four Pinocchios for claiming she was not in the Senate last year when Congress passed a bill that weakened the ability of the Drug Enforcement Administration to go after drug distributors as opioid-related deaths in the country continued to rise.
A descendent of Confederate Army General Robert E. Lee resigned as pastor of his church this week following his appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards, and subsequent concern expressed by congregation members.
The Washington Post on Thursday released the full transcripts of President Donald Trump’s contentious phone conversations with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Jan. 27 and Jan. 28, respectively.
NRATV released a video Monday in which talk radio host Grant Stinchfield lambasted the Washington Post as a “fake news” outlet that published “blatantly false” stories about gun owners.
The Washington Post received backlash for an article published over the weekend in which the newspaper linked James T. Hodgkinson, the gunman who shot House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R., La.) and several others last month, to a talk radio host who supports President Donald Trump.
The Washington Post published not one, but two articles pushing a study claiming the United States is now a “second-tier” nation.