total of 38 records were broken in the 2012 Games. Some were improved by a few milliseconds,
while others were shattered in blistering new times. View the athletes below who
achieved world records in London. -- By Paul Rosales, Yahoo! Sports
Andy Johnson: Now I see why moderators shouldn't be allowed to "fact check" in real time. As I read these fact checks I see a bias in just how they are being presented. There is no doubt that Trump is more lose with the facts than Clinton and has been his entire campaign but when I look at these statements, and how they are being graded, there is a clear slant against Trump. For instance, the last statement about the DNC being hacked (#16). These fact checkers say Trump's statement is mostly false. That is not correct. Trump's statement was actually will-stated and mostly true. He says he doesn't know who hacked the DNC and that cannot be proven to be a lie. He says we really do not know for certain that the Russians hacked the DNC and that is equally true. We believe it was Russia but we cannot prove that conclusively just like we cannot prove Hillary's emails were hack although it is most likely they were. Look at #17. That is an accurate statement by Trump. When you move a production plant to Mexico, you are moving jobs to Mexico. How is that a false statement in any way? Just because Ford says they are not laying off anyone and will backfill the jobs, they have still moved jobs to Mexico that were being done by Americans. Then, it seems like when both make inaccurate statements, this crack team of fact checkers tend to say Trump's were mostly false and Clinton's were mostly true when they are about the same on the truth-meter. I give the fact checkers a "mostly false" more so than Clinton and Trump. Thanks for the hit job ABC, way to make it pro-Hillary.