The idea of a TV Trump lie detector system, proposed here, really did not get much initial traction.
Thus the TASS (Trump Assertion Scoring System). I trust that those old enough to remember the Soviet news Agency and its endlessly repeated and utterly predictable falsehoods will appreciate the joy of thinking of this name . . .
TASS would be deployed on one or more news source networks, in the form of maybe a visual Pinocchio, or other graphic, maybe in the bottom left of the screen, showing the accuracy or not of the current assertion. One could also use an icon system to note the percentage of lies in the speech. Indeed, the Washington Post Fact Checker already uses a Four Pinocchio scoring system. But it is not in real time. Polifact does some livechecking, but it seems to be text driven, and in any event not on the major network news feeds.
But now, with the media finally getting that they have to do something about the obviously intentional lying of the Trump administration, it is the time to get this going.
The great thing is that the Trump team has now degenerated so much that so much of what they say is immediately recognizable as a lie. So it would not take much staff to do it.
It would be easy to pilot with the press briefings.