Prominent Americans Don’t Lie…Do They?
The Huffington Post has listed some of the most memorable Americans hyperbolizing or contradicting the facts of events.
What do you think? Can you come up with any other cases of famous American figures stretching the truth?
In an unforgettable attempt to vindicate himself of any wrongdoing in the Watergate scandal in 1973, then-President Richard Nixon said, “I am not a crook.”
After claiming her father died fighting Nazis, it’s discovered he lost his life to lung cancer 10 years after the war ended.