Seriously, not literally.
71% say President Trump should be more careful about what he says and how he says it.
“There are a lot of killers.”
“The Khorramshahr medium-range ballistic missile flew 600 miles before exploding…”
“We cannot win this war by killing them.”
“This is a sham. Your company isn’t real. Your website is fake.”
“I didn’t know you were the spokesperson for Mitt Romney.”
“I remain deeply grateful to Fox News…”
“If you’re going to talk about a tweet, let’s talk about a tweet.”
Fox poll: Most voters don’t think Russian hacking impacted the election.
“When you have to make decisions about pro-life justices, do you want a man or a woman?”
Best. Pick. Ever.
“He is moving the Himalayan mountains to get her.”
Election loss results from “Fox News being in every bar and restaurant.”
Devastatingly effective with a smile on his face.
“Trust me, this doesn’t just happen at Fox News.”
“That doesn’t interest me. One. Bit.”
Facts and apologies.
“metadata on the device suggests there may be thousands sent to or from the private server that the Democratic nominee used…”
“The candidates garner almost equal backing among the party faithful”
“That was an amazing interview.”
“…we all wanted her security clearance yanked.”
Contrary to conventional wisdom, not all press is good press
“Perhaps he shouldn’t be doing it yet. And perhaps we should be waiting for the United Nations.”
“[H]e will not be doing anything along these lines for the remainder of the election.”
“it contradicts the Obama administration’s narrative that the border is secure…”
Perhaps Media Matters doesn’t have quite as much control over American politics as they think
Greta van Susteren out?
Within the MoE in Fox and Reuters polls, too.
“…the requester had mentioned in the course of the call a Fox network reporter and Iran.”
It’s the lies, stupid.
Coming around to our side
“It’s a possible all-time low for ‘Today.’”
“I harbor a fear of expressing views that will offend other progressives…”