First Lady Melania Trump tried to suggest Saturday that her husband’s policies had led to a dramatic decrease in drug overdose deaths and an increase in overall life expectancy, only to get reprimanded on social media for making up fake facts to try and promote the policies of the Trump administration.

From her official White House Twitter account, Melania posted this message:

But as CNN reported earlier this week, the increase in life expectancy was much more modest than the First Lady claimed:

“Life expectancy in the United States in 2018 was 78.7 years — an increase of 0.1 year compared with life expectancy of 78.6 years in 2017, the NCHS reported in a study published Thursday. The 2018 estimate remains lower than the peak of 78.9 years in 2014.”

It didn’t take long for others on Twitter to set Mrs. Trump straight on the facts:

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