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The US Republican Party has a strong tendency among its political leadership (Republican politicians, Republican Party leaders, etc.) of openly and repeatedly stating or implying factual details which have been proven incorrect, as well as distorting facts in ways that leave the audience with inaccurate impressions of the truth.
While the US Democratic Party has been known to make or imply factually incorrect assertions, the frequency and scope of these errors is generally of a much lower order of magnitude.
- 2014/03/09 [L..T] White House pushes back on Ukraine criticism
- 2014/03/09 [L..T] Bush's Defense Secretary Destroys GOP Talking Points Against Obama's Handling Of Crimea Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates pushed back on Sunday against conservatives who've blamed President Obama's "weak" foreign policy for Russian President Vladimir Putin's decision to invade Crimea.
- 2013/03/24 [L..T] Debunking Almost Every Republican Lie Against President Obama