“Why has there not been a full House vote authorizing these impeachment proceedings?”
“It’s been grim.”
“Look George, you’re being a little wise guy, which is typical for you …”
“The FBI director is wrong.”
Today’s unanswered question: Will it matter?
“This is actually making fools of all of us.”
“I don’t like the term witch hunt.”
“His country does love him … you see the fervor.”
“Over the Weinstein stuff?”
“I think they’re being a little misleading.”
How about “corrupt,” or at least “unethical”?
Trump “morally unfit to be president.”
There’s always room for Jell-O.
“We’re not going to give in to this kind of brinksmanship…”
“There’s no crime of collusion.”
So why doesn’t he?
“Everyone is trying to convert wishful thinking into hard evidence.”
Why stay on the attack?
“Will that guarantee that no one loses coverage?”
All about the judges and the ban
“I don’t have pride of authorship.”
“We had the DNC, the Hillary Clinton campaign or someone in between going to Donald Trump rallies and inciting violence.”
“There are real questions being raised…”
“maybe she wasn’t allowed to have anything to say, you tell me…”
“Well, if it is a constitutional right…”
“I know you used to work for [Hillary]…”
“But there has to be some markings…”
That’s so strange, isn’t it?
“I owe so much to this country.”
One of these things is not the same as the other
Playing journalist on TV.
Week of the long knives
Total lack of recall
The “it’s all your fault” apology.
But you probably won’t enjoy it
“… also a mistake on her part.”
“There’s not 51 votes to dismiss it before the managers get to call the case.”
“significant enough to have shifted the document’s meaning…”
“It is certainly not how the executive, current or in the future, should handle such a call.”