Drew Angerer / Getty ImagesPresident Joe Biden speaks about updated CDC mask guidance on the North Lawn of the White House on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. (Drew Angerer / Getty Images)
Glenn Kessler of The Washington Post is being criticized for the decision to shut down the presidential fact-checking database only 100 days into the Biden administration.
“We’ve been comparing Biden (67 false or misleading claims) to Trump’s first 100 days (511 claims.) But past is no prologue. In the last 100 days before the 2020 election, we counted 8,859 claims made by Trump. It was a wild ride,” Kessler tweeted Monday.
We’ve been comparing Biden (67 false or misleading claims) to Trump’s first 100 days (511 claims.)