CNN summarized the partisan divide best when it argued this week that “[Joe] Biden’s misspeaks, misrememberings and other gaffes are not the same as Trump’s purposeful daily assaults on the truth” and that voters must distinguish between “Biden’s slips” and Trump’s “cavalcade of lies.”

Fact-checkers have often adopted a similar distinction in their editorialized headlines, labeling Trump’s errors as “bizarre,” “baffling,” “bungles” and “whoppers” whereas his predecessor Barack Obama’s were merely “misleading” or “cherry-picked.”

When it comes to the actual verdicts fact-checkers have assigned to Trump’s claims, does he actually fare any worse than Biden at the truth?