Fact Check: Russia Today Twists Soros Comments About Coronavirus Pandemic
Polygraph.info fact checks the characterization made by Russia's state-owned media outlet, Russia Today, about George Soros' remarks on the coronavirus pandemic.
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————————— Polygraph.info fact checks a commentary by Russia's state-owned Sputnik news agency, published April 22, about U.S. President Donald Trump's tweet announcing his order to destroy any Iranian gunboats that harass the U.S. Navy ships.
————————— Polygraph fact checks the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs's claims that there are no facts that support Russia spreading coronavirus disinformation.
————————— Dr. Anthony Fauci clarified comments he'd made a day earlier about the administration's handling of the global coronavirus pandemic, a striking show of reconciliation following a day of questions about his future on the White House task force.
Fauci said he was responding to a "hypothetical question" during an appearance on CNN's "State of the Union" program when he said more could have been done to save American lives. He claimed his response "was taken as a way that maybe somehow something was at fault here" and said his remark about "pushback" inside the administration to some of his recommendations was a poor choice of words.