Did Trump lie about his money? If so, what else? We asked AI for an opinion


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The New York Attorney General’s office alleges that former President Donald Trump overstated his net worth by up to $3.6 billion per year in financial statements he submitted to banks and insurance companies. This is just the latest in a long line of allegations that Trump has lied about his wealth.

We decided to ask AI what it thinks about the likelihood that Trump has lied about other things as well. Here’s what Google Bard had to say:

“In 2018, Michael Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer, testified before Congress that Trump had a “long-standing pattern of inflating his assets to banks, potential investors, and even Forbes magazine.” Cohen also said that Trump had a “short-term memory” and that he would often lie about his wealth “without any regard for the truth.”

“There is also a lot of evidence that Trump has lied about other things. For example, he has repeatedly claimed that he won the 2020 presidential election, even though he lost by a clear margin. He has also made false claims about the size of his inauguration crowd, the number of jobs he created, and the cost of building his border wall.

“So, if Trump has lied about his wealth, what is the likelihood that he has been lying about pretty much everything else? It is impossible to say for sure, but the evidence suggests that it is a very real possibility.

“Lying about one’s wealth is a serious offense, and it can have a number of negative consequences. It can make it difficult to get loans or insurance, and it can damage one’s reputation. It can also be a crime, depending on the circumstances.

“If Trump is found to have lied about his wealth, it could have a significant impact on his life and career. He could be fined or even imprisoned. He could also lose his businesses and his reputation.

“It is important to note that Trump has denied all of the allegations against him. He has said that he has never lied about his wealth, and that he has always been truthful. However, the evidence suggests otherwise.

“Only time will tell whether Trump will be held accountable for his alleged lies. However, the fact that he has been accused of lying so many times does not bode well for him.”

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