Most U.S. fact-checkers supported Twitter’s effort to label President Donald Trump’s tweets on mail-in balloting, but all agree the social media company needed to be transparent about its process.
A new executive order by President Trump seeking to regulate content on social media is a transparent, unconstitutional effort to further “work the refs,” building on decades of illiberal activism that’s resulted in reporters engaging in false equivalency.
The White House Press Secretary is doing an interview on Fox and Friends right now. Says the president announced he’s taking hydroxychloroquine as a way to be transparent, makes a point of saying it must be prescribed by a doctor.
1. Excellent. I’ve never seen a more transparent, thorough, and professional presentation and discussion of a national and serious health matter by any president or administration — surrounded by experts and CEOs — as I saw today.
President @realDonaldTrump is the most open, transparent, and media-friendly leader in our country’s recent history—inviting the press to sit in on his Cabinet meeting for over an hour today. Highlights from the meeting:
Trump this AM: "I have been the most transparent president and administration in the history of our country by far." Fact check: False. He never released his tax returns.
President Trump claims he's the most transparent president in history, but the White House has not held a press briefing in a record-breaking number of days "Sarah Sanders simply lies about everything, taking a cue from her boss." - Former White House correspondent Sam Donaldson
The President’s decision to publicly release a misleading memo attacking DOJ & FBI is a transparent attempt to discredit these institutions and undermine Mueller’s probe. We'll fight to release our classified response. Until then here's a glimpse at what's wrong with their memo: