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Lady: This article says, "host Matt Lauer failed to challenge Trump’s false assertion that he 'was totally against the war in Iraq,' despite the fact that Trump told Howard Stern the opposite in 2002." It's true that Trump wasn't *totally* against the war, but we need a little perspective here. It was a discussion he was having with Howard Stern on the first anniversary of 9/11, and it was about 6 months before the actual start of the war. In the middle of the discussion about the events of that day, Howard Stern quickly threw out the question, "Are you for invading Iraq?" Trump responded, saying, " Yeah, I guessss sooooo," just in this way. If you hear it, you can tell that he hesitated and said it in an unsure manner, as if he apparently had not thought it through, previously. It was not long after that that he put himself on record as being against it, and he said so many times. So, yes, caught off guard, 6 months before the war, he hesitatingly said that he guessed he was for it, and then once he thought it through, he made sure that he expressed his opinion for not going into Iraq. Of course, this is politics, and everything you say now and have said in the past is going to come back to haunt you, but keep in mind that Trump was not a politician until recently. So holding him to something like this is a bit unfair, although I see why Clinton would want to call him on it and use every bit of ammunition against him that she can get.