President Donald Trump is still pulling numbers out of thin air on the economy.

Trump repeatedly asserted that the U.S. economy is perhaps the best "ever" and insisted that last quarter's gross domestic product was the highest in 14 years. Neither claim is true.

The president bragged the U.S. has more people working than ever before, skimming over the fact that the raw numbers are due to population increases.

The misstatements came as the "no-collusion" chorus also sang loudly this past week, led by Trump with Russian President Vladimir Putin chiming in. That gave rise to substantial misrepresentations of what the special counsel's Russia investigation actually found.

In the Democratic presidential campaign, Joe Biden went beyond the facts on Trump's tax cuts, claiming falsely that "all of it went to folks at the top."

A look at the claims:

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