Everything old is new again
“As if it’s just some crazy thing.”
Hacked by “at least five foreign intelligence agencies”
That was certainly convenient, particularly if you happened to be pondering a presidential bid
Say it ain’t so.
We’re interested in some “bit wiping” services. Do ya know anyone?
“There are a thousand other substantive issues…”
Scrub a dub dub
There are more important things
Reduced to barking and chastising and obfuscating.
“…she relies on excessively technical and legalistic answers to explain her actions.”
“There could be repercussions.”
Can Donald Trump cripple Hillary Clinton politically?
Free as a bird?
“I am disappointed that she declined to do so.”
You don’t say
“I think we need to get on this asap to be sure we know and design the system we want.”
New explanation: It was gone before State requested it.
“The email was not among the tens of thousands of emails Clinton turned over to the agency…”
“Pagliano was working off an index card…”
“…disabled software on their systems intended to block phishing emails”
Smile for the camera
“I am not worried about this.”
“…disclosure of any portion of these materials could reasonably be expected to adversely affect the pending investigation.”
Lower the cone of silence
Not too hypocritical, are we, Bernie?
“Let’s get separate address or device but I don’t want any risk of the personal being accessible.”
Part of a deal?
“You’re perfectly entitled to your own opinions. Not to your own facts.”
After several failed attempts to conduct an official conversation on a secured telephone line, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton …
“So you’d have to, um…you know, go to her explanation about that.”
Hey, it could happen to anybody
“investigators have found scant evidence tying Clinton to criminal wrongdoing…”
The new line of media defense
“…investigators haven’t found evidence to prove that Clinton willfully violated the law.”
“federal regulations require damage assessments…”
“this is something I’ve heard.”
“A friend wants me to sign something for Julia Lewis-Dreyfus for Veep.”
Perish the thought
“That is not going to happen.”
“a small price to pay to take away Trump’s most powerful megaphone”
“I think he’ll do a great job for America.”