The worst lies of the last four years told by Trump


US President Donald Trump has lied a lot in his four years in power. His most notable lies were analyzed by CNN's Washington bureau journalist Daniel Dale.

At the outset of the analysis, Daniel Dale said that pick up the most notable lies of Donald Trump is like picking the worst piece of garbage out of a city dump. But Trump showed his expertise in this dirty work.

From the day of Trump's inauguration in January 2017 to September 2020, Daniel Dale has done the fact check of every word of the President.

Since September last year, Trump's daily lying has reached such a level that it is difficult to keep track of him. Trump's lying rate has risen sharply since the November 3 election.

 Daniel Dale reveals some of Trump's notable lies in his report.

Trump began his presidency with lies. Initially, he lied about the weather. It rained during Trump's inauguration.

 The next day, he said, it didn’t rain before he spoke at the ceremony and then went inside. He also lied about the presence of the crowd at his inauguration in the same week.

Trump's most dangerous lie is to claim that the coronavirus is under control. But the United States is the biggest victim of this virus. More than 386 thousand people in the US have lost their lives in this pandemic.

At an event of White House in 2019, Trump said House of Representatives member Ilhan Omar was a supporter of the militant group Al-Qaeda. This was completely a lie
 by Trump. 

Trump lied one after another about the extent of the US trade deficit with China. He claimed that the deficit was 500 billion. But this information was not true.

Trump claimed he didn't know anything about paying porn star Stormy Daniels to keep her mouth shut. That was also a big lie. Anyway, everybody knows that he has the habit of telling such lies.

Trump's most shameless propaganda was that if Joe Biden is elected, he will not ensure safety measures for the people at health risk.

Trump's most frustrating lie is that he won the 2020 US presidential election. Many have believed his lies. But he has undoubtedly lost the election.

No US president has left with so little acceptance

The approval rate of the outgoing US President Donald Trump has come down to a record amount in the last phase of power. At the moment, the percentage of Americans who support Trump is 33 per cent. 

And 60 per cent or the majority of American citizens no longer support him. A recent survey by Quinnipiac University in the United States showed this, CNN reported.

At the beginning of January this year, Trump's approval rate was 44 per cent, and his disapproval rate was 53 per cent, the report said. His approval rate at the time of the US presidential election was 45 per cent.

 His approval rate was declined by only one per cent from the election until January. But since the first week of January, his approval rate has plummeted to less than 40 per cent.

The report added that Biden will take over as the new president of the United States on January 20.

 And this will be the end of Donald Trump's tenure. According to the survey, Trump will be the first president in the history of the United States to end his term with less than 40 per cent approval rate.

Not only that, President Donald Trump has been impeached by the US Congress for the second time. This is the second time in the history of the United States that a president has been impeached. 

The impeachment move was passed in the House of Representatives on January 13 with 232-197 votes. Ten lawmakers from Trump's party have voted in favour of impeachment as a historic move.

 Earlier, Donald Trump was first impeached in Congress in 2019 due to the Ukraine scandal.

The Capitol building was stained with blood on January 6 by the raging supporters gathered in Washington DC at the call of President Donald Trump. 

Five fresh souls lost their lives. The most disgusting event in U.S. history occurred when the Democratic nominee, Joe Biden, was being certified in Congress. 

People broke down doors and windows, entered Capitol Hill and ransacked offices, creating a frightening situation. 

At the call of Donald Trump, supporters from all over the United States gathered in Washington DC.

According to a survey conducted by Reuters and Ipsos, about 57 per cent of the country's population wants Trump impeached. And seven out of 10 of his blind supporters do not support the violence at all.

The report said that in many cases, the approval rate of US presidents before the second term has increased significantly. 

But that is not the case with Trump. Franklin Roosevelt ended his first term in office with a 60 per cent approval rate. 

George W. Bush's approval rate was 56 per cent. The disapproval rate was 40 per cent. 

Former President Jimmy Carter had the record of ending the first term with the lowest approval rate before Trump.

 At that time his approval rate was below 50 per cent. And this time Donald Trump will have to leave the White House with that record.

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