Logical  Fallacy: a error in reasoning
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#292 Following the indictment of Roger Stone for lying to Congress, Trump asked, “What about the lying done by Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Lisa Page & lover, Baker and soooo many others?”
Ad Hominem Tu Quoque
Donald Trump

#291Two days after Attorney General Sessions recused himself from Justice Department investigations of Russian meddling in the election of 2016, Trump tweeted, “Terrible. Just found out that Obama had my ‘wires tapped’ in Trump Tower just before the victory.”
Red Herring

#290"So this week it's Robert E. Lee," Trump told reporters. "I notice that Stonewall Jackson's coming down," he added, referring to another famous Confederate commander. I wonder: Is it George Washington next week, and is it Thomas Jefferson the week after?" Trump said. "You know, you really do have to ask yourself — where does it stop?"
Slippery Slope

#289Finally, Trump minimized Russia’s interference by arguing that it did not affect the election results. “Now, everybody agrees that there was no impact on the votes in this election, which is very important to say,” he said in July of 2017.
Appeal to Popularity

#288“He [Vladimir Putin] said he didn’t meddle … I really believe that when he tells me that, he means it.” After meeting with Putin in Asia, President Trump spoke at length with reporters and again cast doubt on Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.
Appeal to Authority

#287Mr Trump said: “Without me in particular, I guess, you would have to say, they wouldn’t be discussing anything, including the Olympics would’ve been a failure, instead it was a great success, they would’ve had a real problem.”
Post Hoc

#286 In Charlottesville, there were “very bad people on both sides” and some of the protesters marching with the white supremacists and neo-Nazis were “very fine people.”
Burden of Proof

#285Democrats can either seek “the vengeance” of “ridiculous partisan investigations” or join him to enact a new “miraculous economic vision for American prosperity.”
False Dilemma

#284Democrats “don’t mind executing babies AFTER birth.”
Straw Man

#283“Four people in Nevada viciously robbed and killed by an illegal immigrant who should not have been in our country…. We need a powerful Wall!!”
Burden of Proof, Hasty Generalization

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