“I noticed one of Mr. Epstein with former President Bill Clinton…”
At the intersection of politics and culture
“Why would a former president associate with a man like that?”
“It is quite likely that some of our faves are implicated…”
“So there are probably quite a few important people, powerful people, who are sweating it out right now.”
Even the Broadway crowd isn’t interested in the Clintons.
“It’s a permanent mark on the president’s record.”
The mighty have fallen.
Not betting on anyone yet
“They never gave up asking, but they had no good answer for that question.”
“It’s certainly not my record, not who I am.”
“…you wouldn’t see that today, nor should you.”
“…a wealthy New York investor accused of molesting more than 100 underage girls”
Bad blood, bad bluff.
“It was a form of cruelty that would be repeated many times over…”
“He would be a better man for it…”
The company you keep.
“It’s a troubling time.”
Similar to Soros device?
She just keeps coming back for more
“It wasn’t an abuse of power?”
“Bill Clinton, look, the bimbo eruptions—it was f***ing monstrous.”
“…it was a long time ago and so I shouldn’t have been angry.”
“We’re sorry about our president.”
“The world has changed in just the last year.”
“Maybe I’m just an old-fashioned person.”
“He spoke accurately…and sincerely”
“I was mad at me.”
“Readers may wonder why the authors decide early on to kill off the first lady…”
“I have never talked to her”
“My mother woulda whipped me … if I spent all my time badmouthing people like this.”
See something, say nothing
“Older conservatives judge Trump on his politics; younger conservatives judge Trump on his values.”
“It’s kind of a team effort, frankly…”
But they are apparently the same
Nadler: “Shocking and dangerous.”