“We can’t question the suspect, so this is all a little more difficult.”
“It’s a scam!”
“I haven’t quite recovered — it’s early in the morning — from her shouting that message.”
Kaine, the 58-year-old former governor of Virginia, was almost President Barack Obama’s running mate nearly eight years ago.
“Let me know if you see anything that’s missing and I’ll push back.”
“At the moment no culprit has been arrested.”
“Why are so many people afraid of black people?”
“We have a right to defend ourselves, so I stand by my officer in the decision that he made.”
Searches for the Trump family spiked as well.
“You don’t own patriotism, you don’t own Christianity, you sure as hell don’t own respect for the bravery and sacrifice of military, police and firefighters.”
Here’s what they’re looking into.
“I hope that something good comes from all of this.”
“Let it be fair across the board.”
“I have seen him fight for his family.”
“There is a remarkable thing that happened with Ted Cruz.”
“Thank you for being such an amazing person to a total stranger.”
“That shows he’s a fraud, he’s a liar.”
“I’m sorry to have to be the buzzkill.”
“Roger Ailes has made a remarkable contribution to our company and our country.”
With the long-awaited release of the once-classified 28 pages concerning possible September 11 involvement by the Saudi Arabian government, the confusion over what we now know must be addressed.
“I think he’s destroyed his political career.”
“You want to talk about coward, homeboy.”
“It’s almost like a suicide letter.”
“He was really trying to make a strong effort to get into the house.”
“Do they have any idea how dumb this was of them?”
Some in the crowd jeered the officers, yelling, “Blue lives murder!”
Ted Cruz used an open platform at the Republican National Convention to appeal to voters during and beyond this election, without caving to the demands of a Donald Trump endorsement.
“I appreciate the enthusiasm of the New York delegation.”
Protesters arrested, policed assaulted, roads blocked.
“Thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
“There is absolutely no basis for discrimination whatsoever in the Christian faith.”
“I’m satisfied professionally.”
“I got both of my hands in the air.”
“I guess the lesson here is DON’T RUN STOP SIGNS!”
“I find it heartbreaking …”
“Raise your hand if you believe in science.”
“It’s like [the] knockout [game]. We don’t like to use that word, but that’s what it looks like.”
“Maybe this is the reason God put me on this earth — to tell my story.”
“Meredith’s a very, very good person.”
“Let’s present the case now — on the facts — against Hillary Clinton.”
“No good speechwriter does that.”
“Outrageously offensive and covertly racist.”
NYPD officers “have been patrolling in pairs” following police shootings in Baton Rouge and Dallas.
“That’s what I get for playing this dumb a** game.”
“We need somebody who’s proud of this country, and who will fight for this country.”
“No, I’m not kidding.”
“What is divisive about him?”
We claim to care for the future as we steadily saddle them with debt they can never repay. Hillary represents more of the same.
Here’s what we know.
Fire caused by a “malicious incident.”
The magazine’s report cited two sources with knowledge of the probe.
Donald Trump’s campaign has now transformed from an apparent long-shot attention grab by a reality television star to a real-life run at the American presidency.
“You sat in the White House and let your people die in the streets …”
The guard began to close the door just as Kerry decided to enter …
“Look out for me.”
“At the time, I believed that this disclaimer was what was required.”
“The Justice Department takes this matter very seriously.”
“Anybody who thinks about it for a second knows it’s not true.”
“A wide majority of states didn’t want” to unbind delegates.
“The bottom is rising up because the government has caused so much chaos.”
“We’re not responding at all.”
Here’s what some staffers wrote about Sen. Bernie Sanders.
“Fix trade. Stop manufacturing Trump ties in China.”
“Mark my words.”
Here’s what we know.
“Hey, how’s the revolution going?”
“I think freedom of expression — like the assumption of innocence — is something we’ve worked hard for over many centuries.”
“It’s not just people who look different and think alike,” he added. “It’s diversity of ideas that really matters.”
“It’s time to end the era of stupid wars and rebuild our country.”
“A revolution is coming.”
“We thought, ‘This is it. We’re not going to make it.’”
“We do not believe we can successfully host our All-Star festivities in Charlotte in the climate created by HB2.”
“He’s a despicable human being.”
“… you may not want to look at this stuff.”
“Use your white privilege to walk around, sir.”
The looks on the Trump family’s faces as Cruz delivered his speech really says it all.
As a white person, I acknowledge that you have been oppressed and murdered, kept impoverished and unjustly judged. I know there are people of my race who have hurt you and those you love.
“He waived them around in the direction of the officers. He also fired shots.”
“We put gun manufacturers and gun dealers on notice.”
“Have they fulfilled their obligations to us?”
“The public has a right to know what’s happening behind the scenes.”
“I look around, saw a lot of kids, a lot of young people. We both look at each other and I go, ‘We’re going to go, but I’m not going to have anyone else go with us.’”
“It was an absolutely amateur cell.”
“All I do is hug Democrats.”
“This is about the fact that Trump is not suited to sit in the Oval Office.”
“”Don’t know how long it will last.”
Obama’s refusal to acknowledge a link between terrorism and Islam is being aided and abetted by a media refusing to press him on contrary evidence.
“We will never eat at any of your locations again.”
President Obama hopes that reconciliation with Cuba will define his Latin American legacy. But it is in danger of being overshadowed by the possible collapse of Venezuela.
Cruz’s audience was not the people on the convention floor… it was the tired and broken conservative who isn’t ready to give up yet.
“I’m going to make their lives hell.”
““Too dang old to be going down water slides.”
“When faced with something that you did wrong, you just deny it, no matter whether it’s true or not.”
“This law will no longer prevent eligible voters from casting a ballot this November.”
“This is big boy politics, right?”
“Our deepest sympathies.”
“We can’t pretend that we’re too holy to be pragmatic.”
“He couldn’t do it for himself.”
“Today has been a very, very special day…”
“Now, one of the things that I have learned about Hillary Clinton…”
If terrorist attacks, like Nice, continue, Donald Trump’s law and order position will draw voters from across the country; Hillary Clinton’s weak record on Islamist terrorism may doom her candidacy.
“There is certainty a feeling of despair here in Cleveland.”
Officials said the officer is expected to recover.
“America was never great.”
“For the record, I’m not a white supremacist.”
“It’s not over.”
“It’s basically three places in the speech, and it’s fragments of words.”
“We can get on the same page and say those things that are in Baton Rouge don’t trickle over into Wichita, Kansas.”
The countries with the most citizens apprehended were …
“These are truths that are self-evident to me, which I practice.”