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Fact- checking the second presidential debate. Donald Trump claims that Russia and Syria are fighting against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). TRUMP STATEMENT: “I don’t like Assad at all but Assad is killing ISIS. Russia is killing ISIS and Iran is killing ISIS and those three have now lined up because of our weak foreign policy.”FACT CHECK: False.
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Russian and Syrian airstrikes have been targeted at rebel- held areas of Syria, not in regions controlled by ISIS. A Syrian opposition monitoring group found that 9,3.
Russian air strikes in the last year, according to the Washington Post. As for Iran’s involvement in the Syrian war, the country’s main focus is to keep Assad in power by providing his government with military supplies, training and intelligence. Hillary Clinton claims her rival’s tax plan will give corporations and the wealthiest Americans the largest tax breaks they’ve ever had. CLINTON STATEMENT: “His plan will give the wealthy and corporations the biggest tax cuts they’ve ever had. More than the Bush tax cuts by at least a factor of two. Donald takes care of Donald, and people like Donald, and this would be a massive gift.”FACT CHECK: True, as far as CBS News can tell - - though not every facet of Trump’s plan is spelled out.
Clinton claimed Trump \'thinks that climate change is a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese,\' a charge Trump immediately denied. Watch and interact with every presidential debate since 1960. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton face off Monday at their first presidential debate, a battle emerging as the most hotly anticipated moment in modern US. On Sunday, Democracy Now! Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump squared off on Monday night in the first presidential debate live from Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. During the second presidential debate, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said, “Hillary Clinton attacked them viciously,” referring to former president.
A recent Tax Foundation analysis found that Trump’s plan would cost an average of $4. That would make Trump’s tax breaks larger than President Ronald Reagan’s 1. The current plan is also larger than President George W. Bush’s 2. 00. 1 tax cut, which cost an average of $9. Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton was secretary of State when President Obama drew the “red line” on Syria. TRUMP STATEMENT: “She was there as secretary of state with the so- called line in the sand,” Trump said. Trump is right: he was likely referring to President Obama’s statement in August 2.
Assad regime, but also to other players on the ground, that a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized.”Hillary Clinton served as secretary of State until 2. CBS News’ Carrie Rabin.
Donald Trump says U. S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens sent hundreds of requests for help in Benghazi before the 2.
TRUMP STATEMENT: “Ambassador Stevens sent 6. FACT CHECK: Partly true.
This is not the first time Trump has used that 6. The figure comes from a chart created by the House Select Committee on Benghazi, which adds all requests and concerns from Libya to the State Department.
That combined figure does come close to 6. CBS News’ Kate Rydell. Donald Trump claims that Clinton’s 2.
Obama in “certain garb.”TRUMP STATEMENT: “You really owe . You’re the one that sent the pictures around your campaign, sent the pictures around with President Obama in a certain garb .. That was long before I was ever involved.” FACT CHECK: Unclear. In 2. 00. 8, then- Obama campaign manager David Plouffe accused Hillary Clinton’s campaign of sharing a photo of the president in African dress. Politico noted that the photo in question showed Mr.
While you\'re gearing up to watch the debate, thumb through PBS Newshour\'s coverage of the issues, the candidates and the state of the race. Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump will meet for the third and final presidential debate. Watch live at NBCNews.com. Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates Fact Check bar FALSE. 2: Clinton has been fighting ISIS her \'entire adult life\' Trump: \'See, you. First presidential debate transcript: live updates from Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s face-off.
Obama in the dress of a Somali elder during a 2. Kenya. Plouffe accused her campaign of circulating the photo in “the most shameful, offensive fear- mongering we’ve seen from either party in this election.”Clinton’s campaign did not deny sending the photos and responded by calling the issue “nothing more than an obvious and transparent attempt to distract from the serious issues confronting our country.
However, Clinton told MSNBC at the time that “so far as I know” it didn’t come from her campaign.- -CBS News’ Kate Rydell. Donald Trump claims drugs are “pouring” through the U. S.- Mexico border, that the Immigration and Customs Enforcement endorsed him, and that Hillary Clinton wants “amnesty for everybody.”TRUMP STATEMENT: “We are also letting drugs pour through our southern border at a record clip. They have never endorsed a presidential candidate. The border patrol agents 1. I understand the border.
She wants amnesty for everybody.”FACT CHECK: Partially true, partially false. It is true that there has been an increase in heroin flowing across the southern border. According to the Congressional Research Service, Mexican transnational criminal organizations have increased their share of the U. S. That would be a violation of the Hatch Act, which limits the involvement of executive branch employees in election and partisan political activity. The union for border patrol agents, which is a separate entity, did endorse Trump. It is not true that Clinton supports “amnesty for everybody,” but she does want to make it easier for people who came here illegally to stay by passing legislation with a path to citizenship. If that does not work, she has promised to “enact a simple system for those with sympathetic cases..
She has said that she would focus on deporting violent criminals. Donald Trump says “tens of thousands” of people from Syria are coming to the U.
S. TRUMP STATEMENT: “We are going to areas like Syria, where they’re coming in by the tens of thousands.”FACT CHECK: False. The State Department says about 1. Syrian refugees will be admitted this year. This is not tens of thousands.- -CBS News’ Carrie Rabin. Donald Trump says he was against the war in Iraq, and that suggestions he was not have been debunked. TRUMP STATEMENT: “I was against the war in Iraq,” Trump said, as he did in the first debate with Clinton.
Howard Stern interviewed Donald Trump on Sept. Buzz. Feed, and he asked Trump, “Are you for invading Iraq?” Trump responded, “Yeah, I guess so.”CBS News and other news outlets have, on multiple occasions, fact- checked Trump’s claims that he opposed the war and found them to be false.- -CBS News’ Rebecca Kaplan. Hillary Clinton claims that Donald Trump’s rhetoric is helping jihadists recruit new members. CLINTON STATEMENT: “You can look at the propaganda on a lot of the terrorists’ sites and what Donald Trump says about Muslims is used to recruit fighters.”FACT CHECK: True.
Clips of Donald Trump talking about Muslims has appeared in jihadist propaganda.