Before the State of the Union?
“It’s going to go longer than people think.”
Tit for tat.
“Presumably I’d get the chance to vote for that.”
“In real world, if prosecution doesn’t proceed with case, it gets dismissed.”
“There will be no difference between the president’s position and our position in how to handle this.”
“But the show is exactly what Trump wants.”
“He’s got tough competition.”
“The Senate has no choice.”
“Rather than going through months of slander and libel…”
“I’m running for Senate because it shouldn’t be like this.”
I have no deep thoughts on this, I just figured it’d be fun to toast some marshmallows together over the …
“In order to get resources to the children fastest, we will reluctantly pass the Senate bill.”
“[P]ursuing this course would preserve for all time the tale of this uniquely troubled presidency.”
“We have a lot of members who are very concerned, I think, about where this is headed.”
“There are concerns that are being voiced to the administrations about qualifications.”
“It seems like you’re trying to have it both ways…”
“I just don’t know why we’re giving ball control in the United States Senate to Nancy Pelosi.”
“I never thought we [would be] debating things that were debated in the ’30s, both communism and socialism.”
“Don’t let Mitch McConnell fool you…”
“He’ll consider any kind of reasonable proposition … there’s a general openness.”
Round up the usual celebrity suspects
Adjustments are being made.
And it’s not a comedy