You say Tumaytoh and I Say Tumattuh

The Toronto Star has been writing about Mr. Trump’s false hoods for some time now. Each day a Trump search gets a header at the top of one’s search results announcing the number of false hoods Mr. Trump’s guilty of. Today was a big day for the Toronto Star’s False-hood-by-Trump-reporting with 16 biggies yesterday; and the phonetician journalist doing the counting is familiar to me from the days leading up to the Canadian media’s successful campaign to rid Toronto of its mayor before his term stipulated in Ontario’s Municipal Elections Act of 2006 had been completed, thus nullifying the votes of more than three hundred thousand people who’d chosen him mayor in 2010.

Donald Trump said 16 false things on Wednesday, Oct. 5

Among other false things, Donald Trump incorrectly explained how to say “Nevada” at a rally in Nevada.

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Donald Trump said 16 false things during a series of appearances in Nevada (pronounced Nev-ADD-a) Wednesday. (Ethan Miller / GETTY IMAGES)
By Daniel DaleWashington Bureau
Thu., Oct. 6, 2016

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