1. The President lied when he said capitol janitors would get a pay cut.
At a press conference on Friday, President Obama said "all the folks who are cleaning the floors at the Capitol -- now that Congress has left, somebody is going to be vacuuming and cleaning those floors and throwing out the garbage -- they're going to have less pay."
He continued adding "the janitors, the security guards, they just got a pay cut, and they've got to figure out how to manage that. That's real."
But after the President spoke, Carlos Elias, the superintendent of the U.S. Capitol building and the Capitol Visitors Center, was forced to email his employees to tell them it was not true.
It was a lie.
2. Education Secretary Arne Duncan lied when he claimed teachers were getting pink slips.
During a February 24th appearance on Face the Nation Education Secretary Arne Duncan said that "there are literally teachers now who are getting pink slips, who are getting notices that they can’t come back this fall.”
The claim, however, was not backed up by evidence.
It was a lie.
3. The third lie by the administration that there would be cuts to a department that doesn't even exist.
It was a lie
The Office of Management and Budget gave a detailed reporter of what agencies would be receiving cuts from the sequester.
One of those was the National Drug Intelligence Center that would lose $2 million of its $20 million budget. But the agency was absorbed by the DEA and no longer exists