Want to count the times he said ‘Make Mexico pay’? San Francisco archive can help

April 1, 2017

The Trump Archive includes more than 900 of Donald Trump’s televised speeches, rallies, debates and interviews. It is a part of the Television Archive, which resides at what’s considered the most comprehensive digital library, the Internet Archive. The archive is nonpartisan, and more than 700 of its video statements have been fact-checked by outside fact-checking partners.

“Here’s a resource that anyone can make use of," said Nicholas Taylor, a program manager and web archivist at Stanford Libraries who’s been an expert witness for the Internet Archive. "That seems pretty powerful to me. You don’t have to have crazy hardware and crazy software and a legion of interns to do it anymore.”

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Visit the Trump Archive: https://archive.org/details/trumparchive&tab=collection


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