What could go wrong?
“The relationship has nowhere to go but down, fast.”
“I did not permit the defendant to comment on that presidential tweet.”
“They are going to hide the ball from the president to keep him from doing stupid [stuff], there’s no doubt about it.”
Holding the line
“By most assessments, Mr. Kim is vicious and impetuous, but not irrational.”
Forget the phone. ET *go* home.
“As with any constitutional provision in the the Bill of Rights, there are adverse aspects…”
“This is not fair to the people and taxpayers of the United States.”
“We’re not winning. We’re losing, and we’re losing on the central promise of Trump’s campaign.”
“Mr. Vice President, we’ve been told this for 15 years, we’ll get ’em next time, after every continuing resolution…”
“We are in the process of compiling names.”
“I am going with our leaders and we are going to win with or without.”
“I think [the world order] is under the biggest attack since World War II.”
“Companies are not going to leave the United States anymore without consequences.”
“[It’s] not going to make the kind of a difference that a lot of people are thinking.”
“White working people have become the whipping post.”
Cooking the books.
“It’s a pathetically weak team.”
“I believe in a strong national defense. I believe in Ronald Reagan’s policy of ‘Peace through Strength.'”
“The emotional toll it would take would be incalculable. The financial toll it would take would be incalculable.””
“This is so beyond the pale that I think that even the extremists will have trouble getting people to take their point of view here.”
There, we said it.