“Congress has a right to the entire report with no redactions whatsoever so we can see what’s there.”
Heard it through the grapevine?
“The big question is, do we get the entire report and the documentation? Or does he redact it so it’s meaningless?”
Hurting each other.
“… as a matter of decency and protecting people’s privacy rights, people who may be totally innocent third parties …”
“It’s just so outrageous, preposterous. Where do you even begin?”
“If they were so badly mistreated, why wouldn’t they be worthy of pardons?”
“They never gave up asking, but they had no good answer for that question.”
Pelosi: Stop being “scaredy-cats.”
Good news for “Resistance Inc”?
“Believe it or not, that should be good news …”
Mythology is difficult to reject.
“I think there are two sides of Mueller. There’s the good side and the Weissmann side.”
“It would not play well.”
Rep. Swalwell has a TV, too.
“Talk about an oxymoron.”
“John Brennan has a lot to answer for.”
“Democrats are so hell-bent on being anti-Trump that they’re becoming anti-American on this.”
Trump attorney: No, we won’t be releasing his written answers to Mueller.
Poutrage, day two
We’re not saying he is and we’re not saying he isn’t
The good old days
“I’m not rooting for anything at all”?
“And all of us need to be prepared to accept that and move on.”
Working the refs.
Campaign contributions still under investigation?
Impeachment support dropped by 10 points.
Plus: New Gates filing signaling a delay?
Get ready for more goalpost-shifting!
“Yes, I think it is a mistake.”
But “there’s no link to Trump or the campaign.”
“He has a political nightmare on his hands.”
One mystery solved!
Send in the clowns.
“Just because government collects information doesn’t mean that information is accurate.”
Might want to get used to it
“We moved away from that term years ago at the league.”
“…Ambar on Monday took questions from reporters and tried to address what she says are misconceptions.”