Trump Was Wrong on Philadelphia, Chicago Murders

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Mayor Jim Kenney called President Trump a purveyor of "fake facts" when Trump said murders in Philadelphia were "terribly increasing." In fact, the city had 277 homicides last year compared with 280 the year before, and the total used to be much higher. The President also falsely stated that two people were murdered while then-President Obama gave his farewell speech in Chicago . . .

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