The president came to believe Shamir misled him on the settlement issue, or flat-out lied to him.
Your emotional brain, like your rational brain, is not always correct and can be misled by factors both personal and external.
As students learn science, they discover that they have been misled by their religious upbringing.
Breuer, he said, misled Congress about a DOJ letter earlier in 2011 that erroneously denied that “gunwalking” ever occurred.
After it was over, I was not surprised, I was annoyed by having been misled by the quiet as it were.
"I was misled for a time myself, sir," replied the poor girl, pressing her temples between her palms.
He was only misled by his love of antithesis into a hasty and illogical remark.
Yet with the closest secrecy she misled—with the most unfeeling coldness left me.
If he does and seeds by the bushel, or other measures, he is apt to be misled.
From this discovery he saw how easy it was to be misled in such matters.