CNN Fact Check: Trump repeats false claims that people have souls.
President Donald Trump delivered another rapid series of false and misleading claims on Sunday night over Twitter when implying that people have souls.
A soul is defined as the spiritual or immaterial part of a human being or animal, regarded as immortal. Speaking with CNN’s resident soul expert, and CEO of Planned Parenthood, Alexis McGill, this is false.
“There is no proof that any living creature has a soul. I know I don’t have one, and everyone I’ve asked in your office say they don’t have one. So where are these souls the President talks of?”
CNN was unable to reach a local priest for comment, as Churches have been deemed non-essential, so we reached out to the CEO’s of essential services we truly need such as marijuana dispensaries and liquor stores, with all confirming that people do not have souls.
In light of this overwhelming consensus, President Trump has yet to walk back his statement.