Trump’s call history called into question
In President Donald Trump's telling, officials from Mexico City to Boy Scouts headquarters are lighting up his phone line with praise. In the leaders' telling, though, the calls never happened -- and the White House has belatedly agreed. It was an unusual pattern of pushback against the President of the United States, a frequent and expansive telephoner who sometimes hands out his personal cell number to the people he meets. And it raised questions about which presidential assertions can be believed and which cannot.