“Yes, but whose truth?”
Quid pro quo.
“Trump thought [it] was exactly the right thing to do.”
All in the family
“…lack policy vision, moral clarity, and leadership skills.”
“I’m not going to be the Republican Christopher Steele.”
“I thought it was disrespectful.”
“Out of 100 senators, zero believe you on the argument there is no quid pro quo. Stop making it.”
“Will the hosts on Fox attack me?”
“Do what is right, let the consequence follow.”
“No one’s found anything wrong with his dealings in Ukraine …”
“It is the light of a missile.”
Good for the goose, etc.
“He strongly implied that something improper had occurred…”
“I, for one, believe that there’s some gaps, some ambiguities that need to be cleared up.”
CNN show host and guests will re-elect Trump
“Hopefully it’ll be instructive.”
“I don’t know if I trust anybody right now.”
“Get her out tomorrow. I don’t care. Get her out tomorrow. Take her out. Okay? Do it.”
“Somebody needs to look at this!”
“We cannot be assured that the vote will be fairly won.”
Ukraine: We’re looking into Parnas and Giuliani now too.
Conclusions leapt onto, redux.
Depends what you mean by unintentional
“People up to no good feel they have free rein.”
Jeff Dunetz, Austin Ruse at 4 pm ET!
“Winning has come through revolts. Winning has come through riots.”