Pleeezpleeez, Mr. President, don't just throw such numbers at us. Can't you provide some evidence for the numbers you are citing here? How can I prove that https://t.co/lyHPPRXB4G is fake news? Or is it true what they say?
— Goetz Kluge (@Bonnetmaker) January 27, 2019
Um no, ths is whr u said. https://t.co/QlORWMWs9a
— TBird (@58TByrd) January 7, 2019
New York Times on Syria, 2019-01-07~08:
This is, without a doubt, the most uninformed, imbecilic, toady, poorly-written, categorically untrue statement I have ever seen from a president of the United States. A complete disgrace. https://t.co/9eqoWFeroX
— Joe Cirincione (@Cirincione) November 20, 2018
Later the US Senate got closer to the truth. From the Congressional Record:
Trump doesn't trust the press, but believed Mohammad bin Salman. Weird.
From the Senate:
SUPPORTING A DIPLOMATIC SOLUTION IN YEMEN AND CONDEMNING THE MURDER OF JAMAL KHASHOGGI
(Senate – December 13, 2018)
Text available as: TXT, PDFhttps://t.co/0nkvohYEyq pic.twitter.com/Tz7cl006l8
— Goetz Kluge (@Bonnetmaker) December 16, 2018