A terrorist by any other name…
“Was this attack evidence of how vicious American politics has become? Probably.”
Stop asking questions
“It was about allegedly extensive electronic surveillance communications.”
“They use the rights given to them under the First Amendment to advocate…”
Best of luck. Enjoy the salmon.
Sire, the snowflakes are revolting!
“…nothing to see hear. Move along, move along.”
Oh, this should be fantastic
“This White House does not seem to respect the idea of accountability.”
“…it’s grossly overstated and it’s wrong and there’s nothing to it.”
It’s not like we’re monitoring people’s private lives
“Do you know what a scapegoat is?”
“Editors have talked to the reporter in question about the lapse.”
Respect for the Oval Office is so 2016
And we should keep it.
In two years … maybe.
“I’m looking at it very closely.”
In persona suffragium.
Mea non culpa
“This is about them.”
A nice relationship with the press can come in handy with this much on the line
“We’re doing a lot of reporting around this, so…”
The New York Times pulls the trigger early as Clinton fails to establish a clear lead
Take your recommended daily insider-account allowance.
The only game in town… almost
You’re not walking out of this one mister! You’re finished!
It’s a trap
“I did not have a negative experience…”
“Building [the wall]? Not negotiable.”
Rules? We don’t need no stinking rules.
“Why is there one standard for me, and not for everybody else?”
Perhaps if you threw in a new car?
More, but not as quickly.
Should’ve stuck with the pirate gig. It was working for him