The Atlantic has done a great job of holding Trump accountable. They keep his lies at the forefront where other outlets might let him off the hook. In one of their most recent efforts, they compiled a list of Trump’s biggest mistruths throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. At Defeat Disinfo, we picked a few key highlights from their list:

On Coronavirus Testing:

When: Friday, March 6

The claim: “Anybody that needs a test, gets a test. We—they’re there. They have the tests. And the tests are beautiful.”

The truth: The country’s testing capabilities are severely limited. Many states have experienced a lack of testing kits, as my colleagues Alexis Madrigal and Robinson Meyer have reported. Trump made this claim one day after his own vice president, Mike Pence, admitted that “we don’t have enough tests today to meet what we anticipate will be the demand going forward.”

On the COVID-19 vaccine:

When: Monday, March 2

The claim: Pharmaceutical companies are going “to have vaccines, I think, relatively soon.”

The truth: The president’s own experts told him during a White House meeting with pharmaceutical leaders earlier that same day that a vaccine could take a year to 18 months to develop. In response, he said he would prefer if it took only a few months. He later claimed, at a campaign rally in Charlotte, North Carolina, that a vaccine would be ready “soon.”

The full list from The Atlantic is almost 30 lies deep. Remember, this is our President. On a single issue. In a span of less than three months. You can check out the full list of his latest disinfo here.