1. Crime: "While Trump accurately quotes part of the analysis, he omits that the statistical jump was so large because homicides are still very low by historical standards."
So his statement about homicides being up 17% in the 50 largest cities is still correct.
2. Illegal immigrants: "By the standard used by the government to estimate illegal border crossings — the number of arrests — Trump is right that the number in this budget year has already exceeded last year's total."
So he's right again.
3. Clinton's email: "Clinton's use of a private server to store her emails was not illegal under federal law. Her actions were not established as a crime."
Lol. I think this one speaks for itself. At best, Clinton was extremely careless with classified information.
4. On police killed: "It is true that there has been a spike in police deaths from intentional shootings, 32 this year compared with 18 last year, largely attributable to the recent mass shootings in Dallas and Baton Rouge."
So if you're nitpicking then technically he's not correct that "the number of police officers killed in the line of duty has risen by almost 50 per cent compared to this point last year." But intentional shootings are actually up over 50%. Intentional shootings are the one's people are concerned about.
5. Refugees: "For all that caution, U.S. officials acknowledge that the Islamic State group could try to place operatives among refugees. Last year, FBI Director James Comey said data about people coming from Syria may be limited, adding, "If we don't know much about somebody, there won't be anything in our database." "
6. Economy: "A better figure is labour force participation — the share of people with jobs or who are searching for work."
Sure, but this doesn't account for the people who have given up on searching.
7. Clinton's cash: "The facts: That's a somewhat overheated take on a legitimately troublesome issue for Clinton."
Speaks for itself.
8. World issues: No, Clinton is not solely to blame for the things Trump mentioned. But she was sec. of state during the time. I don't think she's totally blameless.
9. Taxes: "The U.S. tax burden is actually the fourth lowest among the 34 developed and large emerging-market economies that make up the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development."
Sure, but I think that number is misleading.
"Income and Profits Taxes: Taxes on personal income and business profits made up 48 percent of US tax revenue in 2012, a higher percentage than in most other OECD countries, where such taxes averaged 34 percent of the total (figure 2). Australia, Denmark, and New Zealand topped the United States in this category, generating just over half of their total revenue from such taxes. In the United States, personal income taxes alone generated 30 percent of total tax revenue compared with 25 percent on average within the OECD."
10. Guns: Yeah, he used hyperbole here.