There's a difference between saying something that's not true when you know it's not true(telling a lie) and making a false statement when you are "genuinely" uninformed.
Statements PeOTUS made proven to be lies:
There was "serious voter fraud" in Virginia.
There was "serious voter fraud" in New Hampshire.
There was "serious voter fraud" in California.
Says he "won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally."
Says that at a campaign rally President Barack Obama "spent so much time screaming at a protester, and frankly it was a disgrace."
Says Hillary Clinton "wants to let people just pour in. You could have 650 million people pour in and we do nothing about it. Think of it. Thatâ(TM)s what could happen. You triple the size of our country in one week."
"Wikileaks also shows how John Podesta rigged the polls by oversampling Democrats, a voter suppression technique."
When Hillary Clinton "ran the State Department, $6 billion was missing. How do you miss $6 billion? You ran the State Department, $6 billion was either stolen â" they don't know."
"We don't have any" chess grandmasters in the United States.
Says he won the second debate with Hillary Clinton "in a landslide" in "every poll."
I don't really care though. It's a moot point for the next 4 to 8 years anyway.