Candidates love to point out when independent fact-checkers catch their opponents in a lie or exaggeration. But when they are caught, they and their partisan supporters are increasingly attacking the fact-checkers. After fact-checkers noted the many false and misleading claims in vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan’s speech last week at the Republican National Convention, GOP surrogates accused the fact-checkers of spinning the facts.
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