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The Washington Post offered a series of “fact checks” after President Trump’s Prime-time address from the Oval Office on border security.

But one of them raised her eyebrows, as the President of the crime values stats were fully.

That was the line in the question of the President, as he pushed for the edge of the wall: “In the last two years, ICE officers 266,000 feast made by foreigners with criminal records, including those convicted or 100,000 attacks of 30,000 sex, crimes and 4,000 violent murders. Over the years, thousands of Americans brutally murdered by those who illegally lost in our country and thousands more lives is, if we act now.”

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The Washington Post has in relation to the 266,000 arrests, “The number is correct, but misleading.”

In the paper, wrote the analysis, the Post, “it is important to note that this figure includes all kinds of crimes, including nonviolent offenses such as illegal entry or re-entry.”

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Then pointed to statistics that show that 158,581 arrests in the year 2018 were ads for civil immigration violations, with 66 percent of the respondents, the involvement of the people who have a criminal record, and others, on those with pending criminal charges.

“So, the numbers add up, but they are said to be misleading, the” Washington Post. “ICE arrests break down by type of crime, but 16 percent of the total charges and convictions (not arrests) in 2016 have been strictly immigration offenses.”

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The Federalist senior editor Mollie Hemingway stole in the analysis.

“I clicked on this and the reason why is the fact say control your thing of this trump card, what is true, ‘misleading’, because, and I quote, ” this number includes all kinds of crimes,'” Hemingway tweeted.

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