President Trump tweeted that the Obama administration allowed “bad MS 13 gangs to form in cities across U.S.” But the gang was formed in Los Angeles in the 1980s and had spread throughout the country years before Obama was president.
A Louisiana senator said William Wilberforce, an 18th century British politician, "pushed the sale of beer" to successfully combat "drunkenness related to gin" in England. But Wilberforce wasn’t born until after the 'gin epidemic' had ended in 1751, and its conclusion wasn’t due to beer.
President Donald Trump wrongly credited himself for Toyota's announced $1.3 billion investment in a Kentucky assembly plant. He also falsely claimed that his administration has "created over 600,000 jobs already in a very short period of time."
Historians say Hitler’s restraint when it came to the use of chemical weapons on the battlefield may have had less to do with some line that Hitler would not cross, and more to do with tactical decisions.