“I did, I did. Absolutely I said that.”
“If he gives in now, that’s the end of 2019 in terms of him being an effective president.”
“Game over. It takes the wind out of the sails.”
“Nothing in President Obama’s DACA allows citizenship. Nothing in it allows a path to citizenship.”
“We’re going to win! We’re going to win! We’re going to win!”
“God forbid you actually took on something that was controversial and paid a political price.”
“This plan flies in the face of what most Americans believe.”
“He called the White House yesterday and said it’s over.”
“It is not intellectually honest to sit here and say that this is completely Trump’s fault.”
“This is a Trump shutdown.”
Blue on blue.
What could go wrong?
“He has no command of the facts. He agrees with the last person who speaks with him.”
“I had Nancy Pelosi tell me to my face that she would get this done by the end of the year.”
“It’s a Rubik’s cube with five dimensions.”
“We use to joke about President Bannon. Now it’s President Miller.”
“Creating second-class citizens or people who are never able to naturalize is not a good model.”
“Choosing between either mass deportation of Dreamers or blanket amnesty is a false choice.”
“We do want to protect the families.”
“We demand a clean bill that protects immigrant youth without hurting our families.”
“Republicans: I think that brand is dead.”
“Let us embrace our success instead of tinkling all over it.”
“If this president doesn’t get funding for a wall now, it will never be built. Period.”
“Does he not know what got him elected?”
Trump derangement syndrome strikes again.
“No official in the United States government can exercise that kind of nationwide power…”
The voice of … reason?