3 BIG Lies From the Democratic Debate Just Got Exposed, and Americans Need to Know It

The truth was a casualty of Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate.

Hillary Clinton shaded the facts about her use of a private email account while she was Secretary of State and fudged her position on the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.

Sen. Bernie Sanders, D-Vt., wrongly placed the United States as the world’s leader in wealth and income inequality.

Clinton, whose defense of her private email server has shifted repeatedly over time, said during the debate that what she did was “allowed by the State Department.” However, Clinton was supposed to turn over her personal emails to the Department at the end of her tenure, not two years later as she did. Also, using a private account for all her work emails was “inconsistent with long-established policies and practices under the Federal Records Act and NARA regulations governing all federal agencies,” according to congressional testimony of Jason R. Baron, a former director of litigation at the National Archives.

Clinton recently spoke out against the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a trade agreement among Pacific Rim nations. Debate host Anderson Cooper called out Clinton on her changing positions at Tuesday night’s debate . . .

Clinton told Cooper that when the trade deal was unveiled, she “hoped” it would be the “gold standard” for agreements.

However, that’s not what she said.

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