President Donald Trump is bragging about a new deal with Mexico that provides for "large" sales of U.S. farm goods, but it doesn't appear to exist.

The statements came in a week where the apportioning of credit and blame often went awry in Trump's remarks.

He hailed pristine air quality that isn't, wrongly insisted that the U.S. was paying "close to 100%" of NATO and told Puerto Ricans they should love him because he got them hurricane aid that he's actually been complaining about for months.

In the Democratic presidential campaign, meantime, Trump was accused of breaking a gun-control promise that in reality he kept.

A look at recent claims and reality:

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