“We were hearing each other well just before.”
“I do not know who Donald Trump is having an affair with, okay?”
“You’re slurring a woman. It’s disgraceful.”
“The author who does the smearing is celebrated by all the A-listers.”
“Some of us love music without the politics thrown in it.”
“The way they deal with it is to try and throw arrows, lies or not.”
Is this the partisan escapism progressives crave?
“Officials recall Wolff telling them he’d known Trump a long time and that the president called him ‘the best.'”
Or “crack like an egg”?
“I had no idea he was including it. That guy is a serious bullsh*t artist.”
“This hits a special place for me because my family has been the subject of a book like this.”
“Our current libel laws are a sham and a disgrace and do not represent American values…”
“I’ve noticed a lot of young people look at the monotonous daily hysteria of we anti-Trumpers and they find it silly.”
“Is this real?”
Fake but accurate?
“…twice the Washington Post would not let me put that in my column.”
Spicer: How do you credit a book you know is partially made up?
“Do you want to go back and join the White House?”
Is this the cease-and-desist talking?
“I don’t want your money as much as we want your power. The people, not me.”
For better or worse, here we go
Schiff: “We can see why this resolution was kept from us …”