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AP FACT CHECK: A rash of Trump statements under scrutiny

Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump has reopened his Twitter spigot now that his foreign trip is over, so brace yourself. The intensifying investigations into Russian interference in the election and the potential involvement of associates have reached his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and appear to have caught the president in a bare-knuckled mood.

Even the past week of tranquility on the tweet front, though, brought a rash of questionable statements to the surface, by the president and his aides.

A look at some of the assertions under scrutiny in recent days, before Trump flew home and raged about "fake news" leaks from the White House.

TRUMP: "I will tell you, a big difference over the last year, money is actually starting to pour into NATO from countries that would not have been doing what they're doing now had I not been elected, I can tell you that. Money is starting to pour in." - speech to U.S. troops in Sicily on Saturday

TRUMP tweet: "Many NATO countries have agreed to step up payments considerably, as they should. Money is beginning to pour in.

Analysis: Did the Jazz win the George Hill trade?

But then something happened.

Following Williams’ departure from Salt Lake City in 2011, the Jazz filtered through point guards with hopes of replacing the former All-Star’s production. Devin Harris, Mo Williams and Trey Burke came and went, but Utah’s playmaking void remained.

Cue George Hill.

Acquired in a three-team trade involving the Indiana Pacers and Atlanta Hawks before the start of the 2016-17 season, the Jazz adequately filled the point guard hole with Hill — at least temporarily.

Hill, who averaged a career-high 16.9 points during the regular season, was exactly what the doctor ordered. He fit the evolved "Jazz DNA."

Hill, a 6-foot-3 guard with a 6-foot-9 wingspan, earned the reputation of being a lockdown defender under Gregg Popovich in his three seasons with the San Antonio Spurs. That remained true in Utah, as the Jazz allowed four fewer points per 100 possessions with Hill on the court than when he was resting on the bench, according to data from .

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one does not understand it?
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Calculus can be proven as the bible can be proven...

I did misunderstand it! I'm glad I came back it to see that I was wrong. I hope you will accept my sincere apology as I actually agree with you. Sorry brother! I should learn to read and listen more as I ask nonbelievers to do the same.