Law and order.
What could go wrong?
“At least this chapter of American history would come to a close.”
“We will not apologize for doing our job.”
“It will be as many as is needed to fill the gaps that we have today.”
“Everybody is wondering, ‘What are we gonna do? How are we gonna deal with this?’”
The jobs Americans won’t do.
“We have tremendous experience of dealing with unaccompanied minors.”
“The document you’re referencing was commentary from a single intelligence source…”
“Lesson learned, on me, I should have slowed it down by a day, maybe two.”
You know what would have been nice? A counter-disinformation team.
“The one thing I was always told is you absolutely have to tell truth to power.”
Less than a mile from the White House.
“The Obama Administration just redacted the [blank] out of the Orlando shooter’s 911 transcripts.”
Go all the way.
“It’ll be interesting to see if they can get to 218 on this.”
“It seems like McConnell and Boehner aren’t even talking to each other. It is mind-boggling.”
“We’re going try to pass it. If we’re unable to do that, we’ll see what happens.”
“Our second goal is to stop the president’s executive overreach.”
“No decisions have been made at this point.”
“the blood that 10 of your kind will shed … in terms of vengeance”
Under the bus.
Three words: Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.