One of these things is not like the other.
The dirty deal gets a bit dirtier
Not ready for his closeup.
Say, who’s leading the Conference on Disarmament? Three guesses.
I suppose nobody will bother shooting at an empty school, but…
“The United States can vouch for the authenticity.”
A bit soon, don’t you think?
“I guess I would have to read up more about the intentions…”
Rare or medium?
Trump may have violated the former to do the latter.
Groundhog Day, Groundhog Day, Groundhog Day,
Four died and she lied
Don’t tell Trump what not to say
Give me your huddled masses–but not so many
Following orders vs. ordering destruction of evidence
Susan Rice: “Knock it off.”
“That is the reality here.”
“We need to find out the truth, exactly what happened, how it happened, why it happened.”
“Dramatically watered down” statement?
To a point, maybe.
“Woodlawn residents worry that their neighborhood is an ideal target for gentrification…”
“He did not give an emotional or rousing commemoration to the victims — like President Barack Obama’s…”
“Nothing in President Obama’s DACA allows citizenship. Nothing in it allows a path to citizenship.”
“What could possibly be the purpose of saying that other than to pit Americans against each other?”
“In order to address a terrifying but hypothetical danger…the Obama administration’s foreign policy accepted a real and catastrophic one.”
“I was speechless and angry in October 2010 when CFIUS approved the Uranium One sale to Rosatom.”
Plus: A Sidney Blumenthal conduit between Hillary Clinton and Christopher Steele?
Legally done? Then legally undone
“…I went through a phase where I wanted to be an architect.”
2012’s calling, Senator, with the precedent you missed.
Harshing mellows nationwide or re-establishing the rule of law?