“I don’t know whether Bob Mueller supported my conclusion.”
At least it tries to limit executive overreach.
“That’s not going to happen.”
Pleas and ploys.
Poutrage, day two
“She has things to learn.”
Help yourself. We’ll print more.
Everyone’s doing it!
“The president’s commitment is to defend the nation, and he will do it either with or without Congress.”
“The left-wing media will say it’s a win.”
“Even discussing the idea of leaving NATO … would be the gift of the century for Putin.”
“I’m not going to do it so fast.”
“The problem is, there’s no pressure yet.”
“This is a watershed moment.”
“Before you start pooping on people and what they’ve done, you got to do something too.”
It could happen
Nothing to see here
A “prima facie violation” of the 2011 consent decree?
“Unleashed, untethered and I am unshackled and I can say exactly what is on my mind.”
House Democrats want a rules change
It’s getting hard to tell some days
Faith no more
UK, France, Germany want “credible investigation.”
“Don’t know why Washington politicians don’t change libel laws?”
You’ll never guess what’s on it
Buckle up, kids. This ride is about to get bumpy
“I want to be at least part of the change in Congress.”
From reset buttons to Red Scares, and vice versa.
Mea culpa in the works?
Don’t look down.
The smell of fear.
“I get how it looks on paper.”
“It is trafficking in Islamophobia, and should be condemned by everyone.”
“A ‘liberal arts college’ that bans speech is like a ‘cigar bar’ that forbids smoking.”