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Fact check 2016: tall tales from the trail

It's easy to feel like 2016 is a fact-free election: Republican nominee Donald Trump insists on a near-daily basis that he opposed the Iraq war before it started (he didn't) and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton routinely assures audiences she didn't send or receive classified information on her private email server (she did.) Enter Fact Check 2016: A blog that will dig into the facts, falsehoods, and half-truths behind the candidates' own words.
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