Donald Trump/Conspiracy theories

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Wikipedia has an article listing all the "conspiracy theories" promoted by Donald Trump.

Donald Trump/Conspiracy theories is a long list. According to Wikipedia, Donald Trump has a track record of "peddling baseless conspiracy theories".[1] Readers are encouraged to click on the articles on the right to read more about them.

Sourcing

Although Trump often used Twitter[2] or FOX[3] as source (who have reported on these stories), Wikipedia only names the following persons Trump has used as sources or has supported at all for their theories regarding the topics listed; Alex Jones, Laura Loomer, Jack Posobiec, Sidney Powell, Paul Joseph Watson, L. Lin Wood and Kelly Townsend.[4]



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