Federal law gives little leeway in reporting requirements.
“The revelation reflects the extraordinary tensions between the White House and the nation’s highest-ranking intelligence official…”
“… bound to anger Palestinians”?
“Pass. Bills. That. Matter. Don’t. Have. Hearings. That. Are Simply. Stunts.”
Pretty? OK. Impressive? Yes. But D.C. as a state? Nope.
“We are sick and tired of people”
One nation, one team?
“I don’t think there is anyone in there who could change the system.”
“She should be removed from Congress.”
“Shameful, it’s an embarrassment to the country and a stain on this institution.”
“Do you believe if we … got out a ouija board, we could potentially raise the specter of Richard Nixon?”
Depends how you define “deserve”
The brain of Abby Normal.
The voice of … reason?
Tempest, meet teapot.
“Mom, he hit me back!”
“Barr’s four-page letter … was a foolish attempt to sanitize the Mueller report. It was misleading, disingenuous and deceptive.”
“Your committee is going to order the Attorney General of the United States to be arrested by the sergeant of arms and put in jail?”
“So that happened.”
“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.”
“…smugglers caught on, U.S. officials said.”
“He’s my guy, he’s my friend.”