Susan Rice: “Knock it off.”
“Now this is in the arena of law enforcement investigation, it’s going to be very apparent to everyone.”
Rules? Who needs rules?
Up next: a filibuster?
“The President told me I should talk to you.”
Also: WH thinks Kelly cellphone hacked — since December.
Be sure to tip the guards. And try the veal!
“Russian hacking may have penetrated further into U.S. voting systems than was previously understood.”
“What if we had just dismissed somebody because a political opponent of the president had made an utterance?”
“[I]n recent weeks, Trump has privately expressed regret for choosing McMaster.”
In protest of Trump’s apparent flip-flop of policies.
“After a while, it simply became our working assumption that we were being spied on.”
“He said, ‘Trump said I’m on the list.’”
“the Obama administration…was using the cover of legitimate surveillance on foreign targets to spy on President-elect Trump”
“Recently, the CIA lost control of the majority of its hacking arsenal…”
“What happened over the weekend is not going to happen again.”
Or just plugged another hole?
Don’t bet on rescue just yet.
“I err on the side of security.”
“I think Sen. Rubio’s campaign is very, very dismayed that conservatives [are] coming together behind our campaign…”
“Weakening our intelligence-gathering capabilities leaves America vulnerable.”
All in the name of “national security”
Business + government involvement = less freedom
What about the thumb drive?
“Primarily face-saving devices.”
“I cannot conduct diplomacy on behalf of the whole of the U.S. government…”
Not kids. Not harmless. Not “a job”