The phrase “is nothing sacred” seems to fall short here
“Trump is just throwing gasoline on a fire here, and he’s having fun watching the flames.”
“He has said he believes Mr. Atkinson, whom he appointed in 2017, has been disloyal…”
“Several female staffers felt he repeatedly verbally harassed them and would physically loom over them as an intimidation tactic.”
“You can only cut back so many people before the service starts to suffer.”
“Of course, I would not do that.”
Do you believe in miracles?
Hard times produce hard men
“Many complainants cogently reported concern about the university implicitly sanctioning racial bias against Caucasians.”
“It is on the President to clean it up and fire the people responsible for making it.”
“We as a show will never stop shouting [about] the inhumanities of this world from the rooftops…”
“I think I would still be the FBI director.”
“Therefore, the university does not have justification to support taking any disciplinary action.”
“Women of color routinely have their one policed.”
“Eventually, it will happen.”
“This is the question: why were the doors shut?”
“No deputy director in the history of the F.B.I. has been fired.”
“…a few days before the event AU administrators told YAL that the space was no longer available”
A tangled web
Fire and fury.
“Almost all controversial speech harms people, upsets or offends them…”
“He said, ‘You are not under investigation.'”
“Steve is a good guy, but I told them to straighten it out or I will.”
“There is smoke, but there is no fire, at all.”
The standard was set during her confirmation hearings that “smoke” was enough of a problem to cry foul.
What could go wrong?
“The world is on fire?”
“We need the iPhone of guns.”
So much for bipartisan cooperation.
Another one bites the dust
All 50 state capitols on edge