In two years … maybe.
Ryan, Pence most popular Republicans.
Wishcasting, projection, and narratives.
“…comes just days after he was seen as at his most vulnerable.”
Bannon pick: Ready to do battle with the media.
New world order.
“I think we’re going to do some absolutely spectacular things for the American people.”
Be careful what you wish for
“This is the most incredible political feat I have seen in my lifetime.”
“Speculation is growing that Paul will not return.”
“I think that’s the reason why Donald Trump’s going to be elected.”
“If he were to lose, our data suggest his standing would diminish.”
“I don’t know why you’re so bitter.”
One cheer for ticket-splitting?
“Believe me. They are hoping. They are hoping.”
“I can now fight for America the way I want to.”
Screw the rules we’ve used since the beginning…
Defending the innocent and helpless
“The families will have the votes.”
Saving cash is fiscally conservative, right?
WSJ editorial: We concur.
“Russia’s cyber-attack is an unprecedented assault on the sanctity of our democratic process.”
“Speaker Paul Ryan’s office and other leadership staff have been researching ways they can punish Democrats…”
“We would basically have to throw out our entire frame that the GOP made Trump through years of divisive and ugly politics.”
Voter-ID law still in effect.
Coattails and boat anchors.
“We will have disagreements, but we will disagree as friends, and never stop working together toward victory.”
“Dark, grim, indefensible.”
“He won the thing fair and square.”
“There’s a conflict within the Trump campaign …”
“I hope to encourage them to take personal responsibility…”
“I ain’t serving no police”