FactCheck.org

Viral Posts Fabricate a ‘President Mozzarella’ Gaffe

Quick Take

Social media lit up with a false claim that President Donald Trump referred to Italian President Sergio Mattarella as “President Mozzarella.” The transcripts and videos prove he didn’t.


Full Story

A false claim that President Donald Trump called Italian President “President Mozzarella” in a in the Oval Office on Oct. 16 has gone viral. But it’s not true. Trump didn’t even call Mattarella by his last name during the 46-minute Oval Office visit, referring to him

Citiți o mostră, înregistrați-vă pentru a citi în continuare.

Mai multe de la FactCheck.org

FactCheck.org2 min cititePolitics
Meme Makes Up New Amendment
A meme circulating online falsely claims that there is a 28th Amendment to the Constitution that bars lawmakers from exempting themselves from having to comply with existing laws. There is no such amendment. The post Meme Makes Up New Amendment appea
FactCheck.org2 min citite
Revived Falsehood that Trump Fired ‘Muslim Judge’
A viral story shared on Facebook falsely claims President Donald Trump has fired a "Muslim federal judge" over "Sharia Law." The story was published two years ago by a website that calls its work satire, but it is being spread again by a Tumblr site.
FactCheck.org4 min cititePolitics
False Meme about California’s ‘Illegal Aliens’
A meme on Facebook falsely claims that the California attorney general "bragged there are now 10 Million Illegal Aliens" in the state, when in fact he was talking about immigrants. The estimated number of people living in the state illegally ranges f