“…the antithesis of openness.”
“The rest of the story is a love affair.”
Back in the saddle
“Oh, there’s no question.”
“…it was the network’s least-watched month since Aug. 2015.”
No longer serious
“You have to understand, in Venezuela gun ownership is not something that’s open to everybody.”
Hurting each other.
“It is hard to believe…”
“You guys are making his point…”
“It seems like you’re trying to have it both ways…”
“In her first show since Barr’s memo was released, Maddow barely mentioned collusion.”
Rep. Swalwell has a TV, too.
“John Brennan has a lot to answer for.”
It’s election night 2016 all over again.
“We’ve gotten it right sometimes, and we’ve gotten it wrong sometimes.”
“I don’t look at myself with a label.”
“Who do we believe out of these two suspect people?”
“after two years and interviewing more than 200 witnesses…”
“We’re gonna have to leave it there.”
“Any announcement about a TV contract would have no bearing on his 2020 intentions.”
“The President doesn’t want that fight, as least not right now.”
Doesn’t this sound familiar, NBC?
Very strange. We’ve been told repeatedly that these are asylum candidates, people who had to flee their homes because their …
“…the majority of them are men.”
Talk about suppressing the vote…
“From Morning Joe to Rachel at night, on CNN, on MSNBC the spear-carriers are there…”
“…it does speak to this notion that perhaps there are portions of his childhood he’d rather not come to light, I suppose.”
“It should gravely worry all Americans, including intelligence professionals, about the cost of speaking out.”
“I’m going to blow the whistle on all of it.”
“CNN has commentators on like me and every time I’m on, I’m on against somebody that is defending Trump.”
“Get it clear.”
“…Reid’s weekend program AM Joy has lost a significant portion of her viewership across the board.”
Washed up GOP senator seeks tv pundit gig
“Ugh, I’m sorry.”
“…back then, that was one evil woman.”
Epstein: Foreign passport was abduction protection.
It could happen