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Donald Trump stands with his son Barron and wife Melania. VOA

November 21, 2016: President-elect Donald Trump’s wife Melania will stay in New York city while their 10-year old son Barron finishes his school year, sources said.

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Melania Trump, who over the course of the campaign has repeatedly talked of how close she is with her and the mogul’s only son together, will remain at Trump Tower with Barron through the end of his school year at Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School, a source told the New York Daily News reported.

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, center, watch balloons fall alongside son Barron, from left, wife Melania, Republican vice presidential candidate Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana and Pence's wife Karen after Trump's address to delegates during the final day session of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Thursday, July 21, 2016. VOA
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, center, watch balloons fall alongside son Barron, from left, wife Melania, Republican vice presidential candidate Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana and Pence’s wife Karen after Trump’s address to delegates during the final day session of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Thursday, July 21, 2016. VOA

Melania and Barron Trump aren’t expected to move into the White House until after the school year ends in June.

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“It’s Melania who wants to stay. She doesn’t want to take Barron out of school. She’s concerned that he won’t have the same relationship with new teachers that he has at Columbia Prep,” the source said, referring to the posh Upper West Side Academy where Barron is a fifth-grader. (IANS)

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US President Donald Trump Made Thousands of False Claims in Two Years

According to Fact Checker, there were only 82 days or about 11 per cent of the time that there were recorded no claims

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President Donald Trump speaks about American missile defense doctrine, Jan 17, 2019, at the Pentagon. VOA

Two years after taking the oath of office, US President Donald Trump has made 8,158 false or misleading claims, according to The Washington Post’s database.

The daily’s Fact Checker’s database analyses, categorises and tracks every suspect statement uttered by the President, it said in the report on Monday.

In 2018, he made an “astonishing” 6,000-plus such claims.

The President averaged nearly 5.9 false or misleading claims a day in his first year in office, but he hit nearly 16.5 a day in his second year, almost triple the pace.

The Washington Post started the Fact Checker online project as part of its coverage of the President’s first 100 days, “largely because we could not possibly keep up with the pace and volume of the President’s misstatements”.

The project’s interactive graphic displays a running list of every false or misleading statement made by Trump. A reader can also search for specific claims or obtain monthly or daily totals.

According to Fact Checker, the President in his first 100 days made 492 unsupported claims.

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FBI probed whether Trump was working for Moscow: Report. VOA

He managed to top that number just in the first three weeks of 2019.

Before the midterm elections in October, he made more than 1,200 false or misleading claims.

The biggest source of misleading claims is immigration, with a tally that has grown with the addition of 300 immigration claims in the past three weeks, for a total of 1,433, the Fact Checker said.

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In the President’s immigration address on January 19, the last day of his second year in office, there were 12 false or misleading claims.

According to Fact Checker, there were only 82 days or about 11 per cent of the time that there were recorded no claims.

“These were often days when the President golfed,” it added. (IANS)