Immersed in a political process that could lead to his dismissal but in turn surrounded by controversy over the lies he has said, the president of the United States, Donald Trump, begins his fourth and final year of management on Monday.
Until the beginning of October 2019, the US president had made 13,435 false or misleading statements for 993 days, according to a report by The Washington Post, reviewed in a Telesur chain publication on his website.
To justify his decision, he said Soleimani planned indefinite attacks against US targets, and then that he intended to destroy the Washington Embassy in Baghdad.RELATED
However, his secretary of defense, Mark Esper, denied the President about the reasons for the murder of the Iranian general, stating that "there was no evidence that Soleimani devised a plan to attack four US embassies in the Middle East."
Another of his biggest false claims is that of the concrete wall on the border with Mexico, which, Trump repeatedly said that is being built, however, Congress has denied him the millionaire financing required for it.
On other issues the president of the USA He said there is no climate change, a phenomenon that has been demonstrated by scientists who have reached the consensus that global warming is not going backwards and will never be reversed. / XN