Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook will take down content, even posts by politicians, if it crosses the social network platform's lines.
Trump spent $1 million on advertising in the same week Facebook updates its policy to make political ads exempt from fact checking
Facebook announced Monday that it will not submit speech by politicians to its new independent fact checkers, and "generally allow it on the platform even when it would otherwise breach our normal content rules."
A 70 percent majority of Republicans say fact-checking efforts are biased in favor of just one side of political and social issues, compared to just 29 percent of Democrats who say the same.
Social media users suggested the site had crashed as so many people were eager to find out whether Trump's statements were true.
A statement cited the Daily Mail's 'poor fact checking, sensationalism and flat-out fabrication.'
Trump is the most liberal with the truth, according to the Pulitzer Prize-winning website.