The New York Times has compiled a massive list called "Trump's Lies," in what they say catalogues "nearly every outright lie" President Trump has made since his January inauguration.
The Times's list, which ran in the paper's opinion section, including his inaccurate claim that there was a terror attack in Sweden last February and his recent incorrect statement that the Paris Agreement isn't non-binding. The list also includes Trump's claim that he has been on the cover of Time magazine more than any other person — a distinction actually held by former President Nixon.
The Times feature says that Trump made "public lies or falsehoods" every day during his first 40 days in office.
Trump has often called the paper “the failing New York Times.”
The list comes just one day after Trump tweeted that he did not record his past conversations with former FBI Director James Comey, after implying for more than 40 days that the tapes existed.