Misconstruing History: Pelosi on Military Strikes in Serbia

Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) mistakenly claims that President Clinton launched an airstrike in 1999 after the House rejected the use of military force in Serbia, but the military strikes actually happened before the House vote.

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Rewriting History: Kerry on Voting Record for Military Action in Iraq

In a Sept. 5, 2013, television interview, Secretary of State John Kerry falsely claims that he “opposed the president’s decision to go into Iraq” when he in fact voted to give President Bush the authority to use military force in Iraq.

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Rewriting History: Obama on ‘Red Line’ for Syria

President Barack Obama (D) asserts that he never “set a red line,” which stands in contrast to his previous statement.

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Rewriting History: Obama on Benghazi Emails

President Obama (D) misrepresents what a congressional committee concluded about White House emails related to talking points on the attack in Benghazi, Libya.

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Rewriting History: Rubio on Pathway to Citizenship

Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) mischaracterizes his past position on a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants.

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Rewriting History: Obama vs. NRA on Background Checks

President Obama (D) mischaracterizes the National Rifle Association’s history on supporting background checks for gun purchasers.

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Rewriting History: Biden on NRA and Background Checks

Vice President Joe Biden (D) mischaracterizes the National Rifle Association’s history on supporting background checks.

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Misconstruing History: Obama on Supreme Court Precedents

President Barack Obama (D) asserts that the Supreme Court overturning the Affordable Care Act would be unprecedented when, historically, that is not the case.

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Rewriting History: Cruz on Reagan and Carter Policies

Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) mischaracterizes regulation under President Jimmy Carter and spending under President Ronald Reagan.

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