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Former President Donald Trump spoke at a rally in Selma, North Carolina on Saturday evening.
He told the crowd that he thinks he's the "most honest human being that, perhaps, God ever created."
Trump made 30,573 false or misleading claims during his presidency, according to The Washington Post.
Speaking at a rally in Selma, North Carolina on Saturday evening, former President Donald Trump claimed that he is one of the most honest human beings to walk on earth.
"I've got to be the cleanest sheriff," Trump said. "I think I'm the most honest human being, perhaps, that God ever created." There were ripples of laughter from his supporters as he said it.
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Trump commented in reference to a story in which a friend supposedly complimented him on how "clean" his administration had been, according to Newsweek.
"You know, you've been investigated years and years, millions and millions of pages of documents, they found nothing," the friend said, according to Trump, per Newsweek.
"I've been investigated by the Democrats more the Billy the Kid, Jessie James, and Al Capone combined," Trump told the crowd, Newsweek reported.
Trump became the first president to be impeached twice.
According to The Washington Post's Fact Checker database, he made 30,573 false or misleading claims during his presidency.
He told 21 lies a day on average, per The Post.
During his time as president, Trump also promoted several conspiracy theories,
Notably, in the aftermath of the 2020 election, Trump pushed the ironically named "Big Lie." The former president has insisted that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from him, but a series of legal challenges have failed to make any headway in the courts.
Top US intelligence and law enforcement agencies have concluded that there was no widespread voter fraud.
Trump spoke in North Carolina in support of several GOP candidates, including Rep. Madison Cawthorn and Senate candidate Ted Budd.
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