You can't blindly accept everything you hear as the truth. And after Kellyanne Conway coined the term "alternative facts" during an interview, the idea has been in the spotlight. Since the January interview, people have been using the term to define any demonstrable falsehoods and incorrect statements.
With so much information out there, it's important to know what to believe. So just how well can you separate the real facts and the "alternative facts"? Test your skills with real-life examples in this quiz!