In easy words, truth is a deniable thing due to many people belief, it became a truth.
Facts is something that undeniable as it has been proven true and is a fact.
Doesn't seem that easy words huh?
Facts are objective and can be proven definitively accurate. Truth is relative to one's perspective; and through that perspective only, truth is equally as correct any fact.
Truth is a matter of opinion and can be disputed from different points of view.
Fact is based on hard evidence.
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