“I made a mistake and I was wrong.”
“That’s the Montana way.”
Not from The Onion
Mea non culpa
It’s a month of October surprises on both sides, so fasten your seatbelts
Actually worse than an apology.
Here is what she said…
“I own it” — but does he? And will she?
“I do not believe Sharia is consistent with the Constitution of this country.”
The no apologies tour
“A scripted attempt to go off script?”
“Americans … can be a remarkably unforgiving lot.”
Plus, Fournier’s 19 questions.
“At the end of the day, I am sorry that this has been confusing to people…”
Sorry… not sorry. No, you weren’t sorry at all.
The “it’s all your fault” apology.
This is how you do it
“I made a big mistake and I offended many people and I am very sorry about this.”
Mistakes are made.
Progress or “PR stunt”?
“I was baited.”
“But children – that’s beyond the line.”
“Allow me to apologize to other families formed through transracial adoption …”
“Mr. President, America doesn’t dictate to other nations; we have freed other nations from dictators.”
Bumps in the road.
“In too many parts of the world, America is no longer viewed as a reliable ally or an enemy to be feared.”
Under the bus.
Now please don’t sue us.
Doing it his way.
“I like Anthony, but Pelosi and Schumer aren’t going on his state-run morning show.”
“…the Obama administration’s Russia policy was one, protracted, 8-year-long concession to Moscow.”
“It’s an opportunity being squandered, and I know it has you frustrated.”