“You can’t really oppose this, it seems to me, without being on the side of the mobs.”
“This person added that White House officials would not be returning Gaetz’s phone calls…”
“He actually was surprised this was not more of a unifying event for the country…”
Checks and balances.
“Not because of the past but because of the future.”
“[I]t’s not the Senate’s role to dictate to the House how to determine their own rules.”
“Nobody is above the law.”
“I would hate to be a part of, you know, paving that kind of path.”
“Like any terrorist organization they choose to pursue their political ends through violence, fear and intimidation.”
“We were there for them; they should stop attacking us.”
Trump is off his Twitter game. The vote finished about five minutes ago as I write this and he still …
“Anti-semitism is worthy of being singularly called out.”
Plus: Pelosi walks out on caucus meeting.
“I think it’s so important that there be clear lines when it comes to the separation of powers.”
Some of our “friends” aren’t acting quite so friendly
Right on schedule
“The text doesn’t include any reference to counterprotesters.”
Good cop, bad cop?
“Israelis do not need to be lectured about the importance of peace by foreign leaders.”
“During the meeting, Kerry and Rice were reportedly both severely critical of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu…”
“It’s just a matter of if there is a way to get some things done so I don’t burden my successor.”
To do and to don’t list
Tough but fair.
And the rose-err-nomination goes to…
The “blue flu” is spreading faster than COVID
The president is not king.