“CNN tormented him, in all fairness…”
“There’s no happy talk, Jim. This is the real deal.”
A press pandemic
“It’s not our job to get in fights with presidents. It’s not our job to one-up presidents.”
“Fauxmacho man bullsh*t.”
Perish the thought
“…most Border Patrol Agents we have spoken to told us the barrier does in fact work.”
Be careful what you wish for
“If I think somebody is acting out of sorts, I will leave.”
“The first amendment is alive and well now.”
“You’re a very rude person.”
“Secret Service passes for working White House journalists should never be weaponized.”
Everyone’s a winner.
That’s not how any of this works
“…I don’t see unambiguous evidence that it has been doctored.”
“There’s no evidence that the video was deliberately sped up…”
In Acosta v White House … abstain.
“Hey buddy I thought you were an old friend…”
“…it does speak to this notion that perhaps there are portions of his childhood he’d rather not come to light, I suppose.”
Hi, First Amendment!
“I’m tired of this!”
“Well, we’re a real network too, sir.”
“Jim Acosta’s self-serving antics give all good journalists a bad name.”
“She shouldn’t be here talking about prison reform.”
“Because when you think of breeding, you think of animals, breeding, populating.”
“Come on, you know the answer to that as well as anybody.”
Sauce for the goose?
“It reveals your cosmopolitan bias to a shocking degree.”
“I don’t know why everybody is going along with this.”
“We’re in the business of sussing out what is true and what is false.”
“…attacks could prove futile.”
“It is most accurate at this time to describe what is happening there as “protests”–not riots.”
“I’m talking about how you lied to the American people over and over again.”
Walz “deeply apologizes” to CNN. How about to Minnesotans?