“Fox News is changing fast…”
“We’ve never failed to address this issue.”
“Not every part of this country is like my rural, upstate district.”
Wallace: Why don’t you just answer the question?
Under the bus.
“It doesn’t mean that he accepts it as reality.”
Should we take her “seriously, not literally”?
“They’re a joke!”
“I agree it doesn’t bring unity but it also doesn’t bring explosive devices.”
“It’s not admirable, you would hope he wouldn’t. But it is not breaking the law, lying to the media.”
“Mr. President, you’re indicating that they stole real money not counterfeit money.”
“Is there anyone there who is able to discern what has happened?”
“Why is it lie after lie after lie?”
“…it’s grossly overstated and it’s wrong and there’s nothing to it.”
That’s a wrap.
Perhaps Media Matters doesn’t have quite as much control over American politics as they think
“There’ve been mistakes.”
“But children – that’s beyond the line.”
CNN’s Don Lemon: It makes a good case for … the GOP.
Another Washington whodunit?
“This isn’t CSI”
“The good news”?
“It’s a budget gimmick, sir.”
No flake-out here.
What could go wrong?