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More Google Fact Check Features

How can you use Google to fact check your search results?

· The easiest way to use this Google feature is to use this phrase: “fact check searchterm(s)” An example would be to enter: "fact check trump best blacks history"

Example results: Trump's False Claim That 'Nobody Has Ever Done' More for ... › U.S. › Politics

Jun 5, 2020 - The records of Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Lyndon B. Johnson, among others, beg to differ.

AP FACT CHECK: Trump exaggerations on blacks ... - AP News. › ...

Jun 7, 2020 - WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is exaggerating economic gains for African Americans during his administration. He claims full ...

Trump's claim that he's done more for black Americans than ... › politics › 2020/06/05 › tru...

Claim: “My Admin has done more for the Black Community than any President since Abraham Lincoln. Passed Opportunity Zones with @SenatorTimScott, guaranteed funding...

· You can also go directly to the Google Fact Checker at this URL: You enter your search terms and see the results of the fact checking.

· You can also fact check images (does not always work) by right clicking an image and selecting Fact Check. It looks for the original source of the photo or picture.

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