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Why is Trump spreading wrong information on Twitter

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After a year in the US Presidency, Donald Trump makes his first State of the Union address to the joint houses of the US Congress. We all know that President Donald Trump loves to measure his presidency against that of his predecessor, Barack Obama. Trump is probably scared of being labelled a ‘failure’, hence this idea of turning to Twitter to take credit even for things he did not even accomplish. Today, Trump wrongly claimed that the number of people who tuned in to watch his State of the Union speech was the highest in history. His tweet reads:

Fake News By Donald Trump

“Thank you for all of the nice compliments and reviews on the State of the Union speech. 45.6 million people watched, the highest number in history. @FoxNews beat every other Network, for the first time ever, with 11.7 million people tuning in. Delivered from the heart!”

Fact is Trump’s TV viewership is Not the highest in history. Trump’s 45.6 million ranked far less than other ex-Presidents. Barack Obama got 48 million, George W. Bush had 51.7 million and Bill Clinton 46.8 million. Last year, Trump falsely stated that his inauguration was the best-attended ever. Somebody please tell Trump to stop spreading wrong informations on Twitter.

SEE ALSO: A look at the 2017 Fake News Awards by Donald Trump

On Jan.30.2018, Trump said that The immigration visa lottery “randomly hands out green cards without any regard for skill, merit, or the safety of American people.” Trump deliberately refused to mention the fact that the lottery winner must be vetted by the United States Government and he or she MUST meet certain education and work requirements. Information reviewed in the vetting process includes passport, police and medical records, photographs, English translations of documents, and education or work experience credentials.

More Donald Trump news in Donald Trump Archive as well as in Trump Quick News

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