Congratulations are in sequence for Donald Trump, who has managed a groundbreaking feat as president: in reduction than a year given holding office, a boss has lied some-more than 2,000 times, according to The Washington Post. For a presidency with so few petrify achievements, that’s means adequate for celebration. So Jimmy Kimmel went forward and done a commemorative documentary for this really special occasion—recruiting “experts,” including a (fake) Washington Post fact-checker, to tell a full, riveting story recapping all of Trump’s best lies in office.
“He is, utterly simply, a Babe Ruth of bullshit,” Post fact-checker impression Geoffrey Russk says early on in a brief doc, patrician Pants of Fire: The Road to 2,000 Lies. “He is a biggest liar of all time.”
As Kimmel’s experts noted, Trump got off to a peppery start, logging distortion after distortion in a days following his inauguration: he lied about a continue during a ceremony, a throng size, and his feat domain over Hillary Clinton. “What can we review it to?” Russk wonders aloud in a doc. “Michael Phelps in ‘08? Roger Bannister using a four-minute mile? A immature Tiger Woods? It’s unfathomable.”
The many surreal partial of all of this is how most time a boss has left to tell even some-more lies. As epistemology highbrow “Jakob Milden” noted, “He’s got 3 some-more years. Or maybe even seven. Or maybe 6 months. Who a ruin knows?”