'Truth Isn't Truth': Here Are All the Ways Trump's Administration Has Claimed Facts Are No Longer Real

President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani made headlines on Sunday when he said, "Truth isn't truth." It was just the latest claim from one of Trump's people that facts are no longer real.

Giuliani made his remark on NBC's Meet the Press while arguing that special counsel Robert Mueller could be trying to trap Trump and get him to commit perjury.

"When you tell me that [Trump] should testify because he's going to tell the truth and he shouldn't worry, that's so silly, because it's somebody's version of the truth. Not the truth," Giuliani said.

"Truth is truth," Meet the Press host Chuck Todd said, to which Giuliani responded "No, it isn't truth. Truth isn't truth."

Todd had a hard time restraining his giggles and said, "This is going to become a bad meme."

Here are other times Trump's administration has undermined the truth:

"What you're seeing and what you're reading is not what's happening"

Trump at the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Convention in Kansas City, Missouri, on July 25 said the U.S. is "doing better than it's ever done before, economically."

"But it's all working out. Just remember," Trump said, and then took a jab at the media. "What you're seeing and what you're reading is not what's happening."

The president added that voters should "just stick with us."

"Don't believe the crap you see from these people, the fake news," Trump said, and pointed to journalists covering his speech.

Pres. Trump says "this is the time" for tariffs: "This country is doing better than it's ever has before, economically...It's all working out. Just remember: what you're seeing and what you're reading is not what's happening." https://t.co/aRY8xSowuo pic.twitter.com/shX65JiNMs

— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) July 24, 2018

"Alternative facts"

Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway on Meet the Press on January 22, 2017, said that former White House press secretary Sean Spicer's inaccurate claims about the size of the crowd at Trump's inauguration were "alternative facts."

Spicer had said, "This was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period."

"You're saying it's a falsehood. And they're giving–Sean Spicer, our press secretary–gave alternative facts," Conway said.

"Alternative facts aren't facts," Todd replied. "They are falsehoods."

When Todd continued to press Conway, she said: "Think about what you just said to your viewers. That's why we feel compelled to go out and clear the air and put alternative facts out there."

"Fake news"

Trump on a nearly daily basis accuses the press of putting out "fake news," while consistently making remarks that have been proven to be false.

"When you hear the Fake News talking negatively about my meeting with President Putin, and all that I gave up, remember, I gave up NOTHING," Trump tweeted last month. "We merely talked about future benefits for both countries. Also, we got along very well, which is a good thing, except for the Corrupt Media!"

Trump was heavily criticized not only by the media, but Democrats and even Republicans for appearing to side with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the joint press conference, and failing to criticize the leader of the country that worked to meddle in the 2016 presidential election.