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If some sentence has truth, could it be called sarcasm

Not really. Sarcasm is when you say something, but mean the opposite, for humorous effect, in order to mock/criticise or poke fun at someone. It's not always intended as an insult, although it could ...
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"to the east" without "of something"

As pointed out by @Kate Bunting: In your second and third diagrams, the car park is not between the Hall and the trees. From a more general point of view, we can perhaps come up with three scenarios:...
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If some sentence has truth, could it be called sarcasm

No, this is not sarcasm. Sarcasm is when you mean the opposite of what you say, and it's negative or hurtful towards someone. In your example sentence, although sending that message to someone may be ...
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can any grammatical rule show what is the right assertion being said here?

The headline seems to be worded poorly, because the antecedent of "his" is ambiguous. The pronoun might refer to either "Giuliani" or "Trump".
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