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In 2011, Psychology Today reported on a paper published in Human Communication Research about lying. According to the study, the average number of lies told daily by the participants was 1.65. (Surely that number is higher on days when they attended a cocktail party.) It all seems that lying, like money, gravitates to a small number of folks. The top one percent told 22.7% of the lies, and slightly more than 5% told half the lies. Isn’t that fascinating? No word on whether Trump participated in the study, but I’m sure he would have gotten into the top 0.01%. Last…

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