Washington Post Fact Check: This is incorrect or false: The question in the video deals with vote tallies, not the 'electoral process.' The White House is hoping to extrapolate outward from the lack of direct vote manipulation to imply that any efforts by Russia didn't affect the outcome. Asked directly about this tweet, FBI Director Comey disagreed with the White House's conclusion.
Washington Post Fact Check: This is incorrect or false: This wasn't a CNN poll, but one from Gallup. What's more, CNN's polling was in line with polling averages last year -- averages that proved to be accurate. Learn More
Washington Post Fact Check: This is incorrect or false: While it's certainly true that Democrats have embraced the issue as a scapegoat for Clinton's 2016 loss, the story itself originated with media outlets who've spoken with people familiar with the investigation. On Monday, FBI director James Comey confirmed that this wasn't made up by the Democrats. Learn More
Washington Post Fact Check: There's important context missing: The question being investigated is not if Trump colluded with Russia -- nor has any reporting suggested he has directly. It's how Russia may have tried to influence the election, and if anyone close to Trump was in contact with Russian agents during the campaign. Learn More