Though it does note that she has a tattoo—and that factoid is helpfully paired with the phrase “tough as nails.”
McCarthy contributes the factoid, “We have four million more government jobs in America than manufacturing jobs.”
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]