What happens when you can’t trust the president?


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It used to be taken for granted that, even if you didn’t like his politics, you could trust the president of the United States was basically telling the truth.

That when he outlined a position, he actually held it. That the world could take its cues from his statements.

Way back on January 19, the day before Donald Trump assembled “the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period”, if the president spoke, people assumed he was giving you some version of the facts that mapped on to the real world.