Quid pro quo.
“Senator Romney has expressed his concerns to Chairman Johnson…”
“I think people are tired of these kind of political investigations.”
All in the family
“No one’s found anything wrong with his dealings in Ukraine …”
Good for the goose, etc.
“That creates a real due process defect in the record.”
“I think that he can clear himself of what I know and what I’ve heard.”
A conflict of interest that “raised eyebrows the world over.”
“Somebody needs to look at this!”
“No one has suggested my son did anything wrong.”
Plus documents to be named later?
You mean … lied?
Sometimes sorry is the hardest word
Tit for tat.
Conclusions leapt onto, redux.
What did Joe know, and when did he know it?
“Not sure how you have a fair trial without calling witnesses.”
See no evil, hear no evil
Under the bus?
“Get your words straight, jack!”
“My friendship with Joe Biden — if it can’t withstand me doing my job, then it’s not the friendship I thought.”
“I’m just embarrassed by what you’re doing, for you. I mean, my Lord.”
House Republicans to Graham: Where are you?
Also: Holmes to back up Sondland, but …
“He’s an honorable man and I hold him in the highest regard.”
“A strange game.”
“I have never seen a direct link between investigations and security assistance.”
“Bolton was so alarmed by the exchange that he ended the meeting abruptly…”
“Incredibly damaging to the president.”
“He was a ceremonial figure.”
“Bandwidth” and bombshells.
“What do you want from Ukraine?” “Nothing. There is no quid pro quo.”
“No one buys this idea that I was unqualified to be on the board.”
“Baseless conspiracy theory,” indeed.
Plus: Giuliani notes show pressure from … Biden?
“This is a significant shift in the factual timeline.” Er ….
“Why can’t politicians tell their f***ing kids, ‘Get a job? Get a g**damn job.'”
Sunday was election day in Belarus and shortly after voting ended the government announced the results of an exit poll …
Gold medal and out of the running?