CNN's Brian Stelter accused Donald Trump of "gaslighting the country," and fellow host Jake Tapper took his analysis a step further, saying the president is corrupting "truth" as an concept.
Tony Schwartz, who wrote "The Art of the Deal" with Donald Trump suggests that keeping track of his truths instead of his lies would be an "easier count."
"So clearly there is a double standard when it comes to that, but we have heard about the hypocrisy before," another Fox News host, Steve Doocy, said.
The White House was forced to issue a series of clarifying statements following multiple incorrect or misleading claims made by the president during the G7 event.
"She has taken advantage of everything that her family name and her wealth offered," Trump biographer Michael D'Antonio added during an appearance on CNN.
The president has told as many as 170 lies during the second week of October.
The 'Morning Joe' host read a psychological report on Adolf Hitler.
"She attacks our free press, and no respectable employer should hire her after this term," Jennifer Rubin said.
"Why would the president lie about something like that?" Matt Nussbaum asked Sanders.
"Should someone who lies constantly and enables the president's lies be openly welcomed in society wherever they please?" a panelist asked.
"I thought about the Ramsey Rapist every night before I went to bed for five years," the former FBI director said.
Things are getting serious.
"Happy lie-2K everybody!"
Donald Trump reportedly soon could sit down for an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller.
People spotted a problem with Sergei Shoigu's claim about Russia's role in taking back territory from Islamist groups.
The president suggested his predecessor did not call the families of fallen soldiers.
The CNN commentator says people around Trump need to tell him "you are no longer the host of 'The Apprentice.' You are not a used car salesman. You are the president of the United States."
And more evidence that Trump tried to shut down the Comey investigation.
"I make the president feel good about himself," says a Trump lie come to life. "And sometimes I can even help him sell his policies to voters."
The president issues so many plainly untrue statements that one must wonder if he's divorced from reality.