Under the bus?
Quid pro quo?
What could go wrong?
“Well, I can’t tell you if it’s 100% percent.”
“You guys on this network have tortured this man for two years!”
“Nobody got killed, nobody got robbed.”
“I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that they will find no obstruction or collusion.”
“I should have been more clear — including with you — that I could not independently confirm what happened.”
“I think everybody in this body knows that Jeff Sessions is doing his job honorably.”
“Come on John you’re not a blowhard?”
“Write the damn report so we can see it and rebut it.”
“I think we made the offer we can live with.”
Lordy, there are tapes.
Beg your pardon.
“Irrelevant. Over blown. Sensational reporting at its finest.”
“We don’t want to signal our action if this doesn’t work…”
“I’ve spoken to him a lot. We’ve come a long way together.”
“His job is to pick those guys, not do their jobs.”
“If you’re on the terror watch list, I should you know you’re on the terror watch list.”
“You say you want to be here for the kids. Well, prove it, right there, in that instant.”
The party of mob rule