The story continues to change
“Normal and appropriate.”
The curious case of media incuriosity.
“Do I think? Yes, I think.”
Problem is, she never actually asked *the* question
“There were times when I would ask the intelligence community to go through its process to give me more context.”
“…nothing to see hear. Move along, move along.”
“I was surprised to see reports from Chairman Nunes on that count today.”
Security “equivalent of defcon 5”?
“WH [White House] very worried about the politics.”
Just gained access to “crucial national security records”?
“Relatively few have even mentioned the inflammatory video.”
Earnest: No, really, our strategy is working, too.
“We don’t want to see this turned into some great political football.”
“Entirely different level than al-Qaeda.”
Newest candidate for SecDef: Jeh Johnson?
For the left, some victory.
Recipe for disaster.
Tied to the whipping post.
“I think, frankly, this is a counterterrorism operation that will take time.”
“Jim believed ’til the end that his country would come to their aid.”
When I said “honor and distinction,” I mean his enlistment.
“Captured on the battlefield”?
What could go wrong?
It’s come to this.
What else are they hiding?
“To underscore that these protests are rooted in and Internet video, and not a broader failure or policy.”
“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.”