Predicted Brexit while in Scotland

“I happened to be in Scotland, at Turnberry, cutting a ribbon when Brexit happened,” Trump said. “And we had a vast amount of press there and I said, Brexit — this was the day before, you probably remember — I said Brexit is going to happen, and I was scorned in the press for making that prediction.”

–Jan. 27, 2017 press conference via CNN

Truth:  Trump traveled to Scotland June 24th on business the day after the Brexit vote (June 23) to open a golf course.  He Tweeted:

Scotland voted overwhelmingly against the Brexit referendum and several Scotts had some very memorable responses to Trump’s tweet.

CIA speech applause was not engineered

They showed the people applauding and screaming and – and they were all CIA. There was – somebody was asking Sean – “Well, were they Trump people that were put–” we don’t have Trump people. They were CIA people. […]

“I got a standing ovation. In fact, they said it was the biggest standing ovation since Peyton Manning had won the Super Bowl and they said it was equal.

Trump interview with David Muir (ABC) 1/25/2017

Truth: Government officials and sources familiar with the make up of the audience confirmed to CBS News that Trump brought about 40 supporters to the event. Sean Spicer denied this. Trump has used this tactic at his January 11, 2017  press conference and even paid actors to applaud him for the memorable announcement of his campaign.