“She’s never had to be in the position of having to sit down and work through something to a solution.”
“We had a Chamberlain for 8 yrs.”
“Is that somehow satisfying?”
“This isn’t going to get a lot cheaper, it can’t, it won’t.”
“There were some on that stage I would have had a far more difficult time supporting than Trump.”
Numbers game: the final Iowa edition
“I don’t see either of them endorsing Ted Cruz. I see them both endorsing Marco Rubio.”
Now more than ever?
“Not just no, [but] you-know-what no.”
“That’s something on which I will not recant.”
What could go wrong?
“But it’s been overturned by the courts, I guess.”
“He can’t wait to get back to South Carolina and Iowa.”
“It’s wide open.”
“I’ll become an independent, I’ll start finding people that have guts to stand. I’m tired of this.”
“I believe one thing I’d bring, if I run, is I know how to govern.”
Via RCP, here’s Saturday’s Twitter outrage du jour. Some people seem to think he was serious (I don’t), others object …
One’s fine with no conviction, the other not so much
Donations for endorsements?
It’s all in the translation, you know.