'Wall of Lies' Mural Depicting Each of Trump's Falsehoods Erected in Brooklyn

A 50-foot-long mural depicting more than 20,000 falsehoods communicated by US President Donald Trump while in office – dubbed the “wall of lies” – was erected in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, on October 3, according to reports.

The project was conceived of and carried out by Tom Tenney and Phil Buehler of the freeform internet radio station Radio Free Brooklyn using the Washington Post’s database of false or misleading claims made by Trump while in office, according to Radio Free Brooklyn and Glenn Kessler of the Washington Post.

Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer visited the site on Sunday. Credit: Phil Buehler via Storyful

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