Mainstream media: The biggest loser may be …
“People don’t mind feeling used, but they mind being discarded.”
“…intercepting four trucks packed with nearly 800 migrants.”
Clearly enjoying the circus
“You’ll be the first to know.”
“You cannot go into a 7-11 or a Dunkin Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent.”
“He’s been recommended, now he has to be approved by Congress.”
No equivalency with Trump?
“A person wouldn’t be able to express themselves, and I just don’t see it.”
“What we’re hearing is that things have changed.”
“Look George, you’re being a little wise guy, which is typical for you …”
This be what they mean by “nuance”
“The FBI director is wrong.”
Wait… you’re not American, are you?
Nate Silver: Uh … pretty much, yeah.
A shot across Pelosi’s bow?
“We are going to do what we said we are going to do.”
Equal hypocrisy under the law.
Credit where due
“CSPAN-3 ran it, and I understand at 3:30 they switched to a helicopter crash.”
“…it is considered irresponsible to spread baseless, potentially damaging rumors about public figures.”
“My stock goes up every time he attacks me. What can I say?”
So much for the “sham.”
“The China deal is going to work out. You know why? Because of tariffs.”
White House on tariffs: “Our position hasn’t changed.”
“France does not forget.”
May: Hold the phone …
“It’s a permanent mark on the president’s record.”
Mulvaney: No biggie?
Diplomacy: My host is a loser.
On the fence
It was never going to happen
“People’s views on the economy are gradually pushing Trump’s numbers up…”
Lopez Obrador: “America First is a fallacy,” but we’ll talk.
“I’m done with him, in terms of talking about him.”
Shaping the 2020 general-election battleground?
“We’re just not there yet.”
“That night, however, he served as a stark reminder of how conditional that comfort was.”