McCarthy contributes the factoid, “We have four million more government jobs in America than manufacturing jobs.”
Though it does note that she has a tattoo—and that factoid is helpfully paired with the phrase “tough as nails.”
And by consumer and supplier agreement, no fact, factoid, or truthiness is too small to register.
A presumed fact of dubious validity; a popular assumption or belief: Of the eight factoids pertaining to the present Administration/ a paragraph, part human interest, part factoid
[1970s+; fr fact plus -oid]