“I was not involved in that.”
“…the State Department during George W. Bush and Barack Obama’s administrations denied passports to people who were delivered by midwives in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley.”
This should solve everything
“One hundred percent we proved that’s a fake document. One hundred.”
“He’s not somebody that I’d reach out and talk to in any way, shape, or form.”
“We ought to stand up and say, that’s not right, that’s not our party, that is not us.”
This should fix everything
We’ve got all sorts of rules, but what problems are we really solving?
“This is false. Period.”
“It does speak to the integrity of the Trump campaign.”
“I don’t talk about it anymore.”
Not so fast there, slick
“I don’t know why he wouldn’t release his records.”
“I haven’t had a DNA test.”
… because, you know, who can really say which gender the baby is?
“They want to put an asterisk next to this guy.”
“You’re kind of looking to create a rivalry that’s not there right now.”
Or knew about.
“I will admit, I find the tizzy in the media a little bit amusing.”
Tongue in cheek?
“I’m staying out of that.”
“Vincent was armed with a knife when he approached an unnamed woman…”
Three tries and the first two don’t count
Heads roll, for once.