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Journalists Fact-Check Trump After He Disputes Woman's Kissing Claims

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By    |   Tuesday, 20 February 2018 12:53 PM

Journalists took to Twitter to fact-check President Donald Trump’s blasts against Rachel Crooks, who claims he kissed her inside Trump Tower 12 years ago. Mediaite is reporting.

Trump, in a pair of tweets, disputed Crooks’ claims that he kissed her while waiting for an elevator. He also blasted The Washington Post for printing her story.

But journalists say Trump’s Twitter postings contain false information, Mediaite reported.

Ben Jacobs, the political reporter for The Guardian noted:

And Maggie Haberman of The New York Times replied:

Daniel Dale of the Toronto Star tweeted:

Tamara Keith of National Public Radio also took to Twitter stating, "Fact check: The allegation described in the article is that the kiss occurred outside of an office in Trump Tower, not in the lobby." 

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