Read some of President Trump’s lies about his administration’s practice of requiring government workers to see the same pornographic movies as porn stars. See if you can tell them apart.

“Some hackers are in various stages of recovery, which we don’t think is necessarily a bad thing, because they were pulled out of a condition where they felt like they were drowning, so to speak. … But it’s far too early to say whether or not the effort to be a porn star could have a big effect or not.”

—Attorney General Jeff Sessions to reporters

“They’re actually negotiating, they’re trying to see whether or not, I don’t know if ‘porn star’ is applicable, but someone can do porn, that’s what they do.”

—Vice President Mike Pence at the CIA

“We would never demand that you have to go topless in public, because we don’t make the rules. We enforce them.”

— Chief of Staff John Kelly at an event for Lieutenant General James Mattis

“We do not seek to extend gag orders on pornographers, because we don’t want them discussing their movies.”

—Lucy Dalglish, Media Research Center president

“We don’t know if that had any effect at all on their ratings, but there was nothing that the president could do to affect their popularity in the market place.”

—Jay Sekulow, Trump’s personal lawyer, on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show