On whose orders?
Quid pro quo?
“When Trump comes here, I’ll be talking.”
“We don’t need any more wars.”
“These unprovoked attacks present a clear threat to international peace and security.”
“Mercifully, John Bolton doesn’t command the military. President Trump does.”
“Why do [our leaders] seem to care more about Venezuela than they care about this country?”
“He was headed to Havana.”
“Are these the words of a patriot?”
“I’m not going to blow past this.”
“It … should be interpreted as nothing less than the Trump administration trying to silence the intelligence community.”
“Obviously there’s been deception, and there’s been lies.”
What could go wrong?
“Actively undermining U.S. policy as a former Secretary of State is literally unheard of.”
“It’s about attitude, it’s about willingness to get things done.”
“Whoever still believes Iran signed the nuclear deal with honest intentions is going to have a very interesting time this evening.”
“This team has proven itself incapable of managing the State Department.”
“The President told me I should talk to you.”
“He would get nothing, obviously, if what he gave us was not proof.”
Need to know.
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