Conflict of interest?
If the candidate won’t say what you’d like them to, fill in the blanks yourself
“I’m not in the name-calling business, Wolf, you know me better than that.”
“It was really hard.”
So you were saying the race was already over?
Younger viewers may be disturbed
What does the Vox say?
The spin zone
You keep using that word…
“…one does not need to call an Article V convention in order to effectively remove a provision from the Constitution.”
Iraq War “was a mistake.”
“What resulted Friday were still more mischaracterizations.”
“I don’t think Vice and BuzzFeed are legitimate news organizations.”
“…we don’t go there and I don’t go there.”
Aren’t they the “Plan B” for Bernie supporters?
We’ve gone … plaid.
“Now it’s up to her to deliver.”
Hillary’s favorables hit their nadir.
“In the future I will be more circumspect.”
“A series of clashes … has caused Trump himself to openly question who is running his campaign.”
“This is the mainstream media reading into something.”
“You guys have been shouting ‘racist!’ so long you weren’t listening to what we’ve actually been saying!”
I guess he didn’t get around to it
“…we have got a problem in our community”
“I think that’s why he’s doing it.”
“They took something they didn’t like and pretended it didn’t happen.”
Talk about lost in translation!
Ready, aim, misfire
“You’re perfectly entitled to your own opinions. Not to your own facts.”
Sop to the left.
“Winners make policy and losers go home.”
“118 law enforcement officers were killed in line-of-duty incidents in 2016…a 37 percent increase from 2015”