An unexpected source?
“…he was able to sneak in with the help of his friend Vladimir Putin.”
Bait and switch?
“…it was just another smear campaign by WikiLeaks”
“…if you think The Times plays it down the middle on any of them, you’ve been reading the paper with your eyes closed.”
“This White House does not seem to respect the idea of accountability.”
Winners and losers.
“The direct communications between the White House and the FBI were unusual because of decade-old restrictions on such contacts.”
“I think that’s a long way of saying no.”
If you think the Free Press is being suppressed here you’ve clearly never been to Turkey
And to …
“At the core of the administration of the most powerful country on earth, there is, instead, madness.”
“I just want to be part of the news.”
Expect more of this
“It’s like an ethnic disparagement.”
This was always the debate, but Democrats didn’t want to have it openly back in 2009.
Morgan: “It’s one of the great hissy fits of modern political times.”
“There’s rumors that they actually were right-wingers.”
Political hit job? Update: Or not?
The opposition party?
‘And you are the prime example of that.”
“Let’s be honest, you rushed this out.”
Let’s all set our hair on fire
“I didn’t know you were the spokesperson for Mitt Romney.”
“CNN’s decision…is vastly different than Buzzfeed’s decision to publish unsubstantiated memos.”
“We’re in the business of sussing out what is true and what is false.”
“…when someone is telling you that your community is the worst of the worst, um, it brings out the worst of the worst in people.”
Why is she still being interviewed? And running the DNC?
Time to muscle up?
“I think that’s silly.”