What could go wrong?
And then there were 50.
Test of wills.
“He has unique capacities; I wouldn’t want to be the one he tests them out on.”
A time for choosing.
“The way it was cast to me was that (Donald Trump) and Ross are all over it. It is serious.”
“I suspect the president-elect’s definition of political correctness would be different than mine.”
“They’re gasping for air.”
Reports: Trump to add Goldman Sachs president, McMorris Rodgers to administration.
“Speculation is growing that Paul will not return.”
“Republican officials have watched McMullin-mania with growing alarm.”
“If he were to lose, our data suggest his standing would diminish.”
“…the Obama administration has indicated intentions to work around Congress to get what it wants.”
He’s going to vote for him anyway.
“It’s time for the conservative commentariat industry to be more responsible and focus on winning elections.”
“‘These are terrible people,’ Trump responded.”
“[N]or did he intend to signal his alliance with or allegiance to the so-called Never Trump movement…”
“The test is based on the premise that public policy debate is a serious business…”
“It’s a very strong charge that you’re leveling here.”
“Are you allowed to set up a super-PAC…if you are the president, to fight someone?”
“I’m overjoyed to see Donald Trump and most Americans embrace most of the issues I’ve championed for years.”
Staying the course.
“I decided that, in fact, this is not my party anymore.”
Seeking to avoid a conflict
Court: 2011 maps bad, but ignores 2013 maps.
Going after the wrong big fish