‘Wall of Lies’ art installation highlights ‘false or misleading claims’ by President Trump

‘Wall of Lies’ art installation highlights ‘false or misleading claims’ by President Trump

An art installation in Brooklyn is highlighting what creators say are more than 20,000 “false or misleading claims” by President Donald Trump since he has been in office – a list that has been growing and cataloged by The Washington Post.
The “Wall of Lies” project was headed by Radio Free Brooklyn. The massive mural will be on display outside Pine Box Rock Shop at 12 Grattan St. in Bushwick until Sunday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m.
The president is currently being treated for COVID-19 at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Organizers of the project say they wish President Trump well, but felt it was necessary to expose the information before Election Day.
According to The Washington Post, the president has made 20,055 false or misleading claims in 1,267 days.