“It seems clear that Secretary Clinton and her associates played fast and loose with our national security.”
“The real key to cybersecurity rests with you.”
A State Department spokesman said the classification does not necessarily mean the information was mishandled at the time it was sent or received.
“That’s what I wish.”
Here’s the context.
Have a look.
“If people would raise their children right to respect authority …”
“Someone Is Learning How to Take Down the Internet.”
Grudem is now back for a third try, and he has decided once again that supporting Trump is the right thing to do.
“Your success now is our country’s success.”
“That cost him his job.”
Only Donald Trump mentioned Aleppo during the final presidential debate but even he didn’t sound the alarm about what’s happening there like one man did.
“Thank you very much.”
Trump aides say he has been absent in recent days.
“That’s what ‘Never Trump’ stands for.”
Thanks to Wikileaks, we’ve got a sneak peak into the real behind-the-scenes of the Hillary Clinton campaign. Think it doesn’t affect you personally? Think again.
“How do you deny what is right in front of you?”
“Ryan’s favorability is fading faster than Trump’s.”
It seems too incredible to be true, but one of the most politically well-connected men on the planet apparently had his email hacked when he responded to a phishing email and entered his credentials.
One candidate managed to do something that had not yet been seen in 2016′s presidential debates — generate a mostly positive conversation.
The camera often went to a split-screen during Clinton’s answers, showing Trump also.
“Took a little convincing.”
“Absent of widespread abuse and irregularities.”
Clinton’s remarks about the Heller case became an issue when leaked audio from a private fundraiser revealed Clinton criticizing the Supreme Court’s recent jurisprudence on the Second Amendment.
Clinton is drawing a moral equivalence between a government that forces a woman to kill her child and a government that doesn’t allow a woman to kill her child. That’s not just radical, it’s demented.
Trump’s strong debate performance, a dramatic improvement over the first two, will not overcome “she’s such a nasty woman” and “I’ll keep you in suspense.”
For their part, neither CNN nor MSNBC have benefitted from Fox News’ fall from grace among Republican consumers, as both have also fallen even farther in the rankings than Fox News.
“Now, you can say that that’s okay and Hillary can say that that’s okay, but it’s not okay with me.”
Trump promised in September that he would “absolutely” accept the election’s outcome.
“Until then I think he could have walked away with a win.”
“This is my love letter to God.”
“No one respects women more than me.”
“Look, Putin, from everything I see, has no respect for this person.”
“These new emails leave little doubt that Hillary Clinton was less than forthright and misled the public.”
“I froze. I asked him to stop, he laughed.”
“I find these words from Jerry amusing and extremely hypocritical.”
The Beehive State has voted for Republican presidential candidates in every election since 1964.
Bannon was the chairman of Breitbart until he left earlier this year to take an official job with the Trump campaign. Since then, Bannon has refused any on-the-record interviews, but talked with reporters in the Las Vegas airport today, and teased that Trump might have big surprises in store for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton tonight.
“Her history is far from being over.”
“I want to carry on. I want to do everything I can to have one more second with my kids.”
“Who wants to hear at 20 years old, ‘It’s all screwed up, and it’s not going — it’s all going to be over.’ Nobody wants to hear that at 20. We cannot take away their hope because that is their fight.”
“They even want to try and rig the election at the polling booths…”
“It’s tongue-in-cheek with a serious message behind the comedy.”
By a decent margin.
“And let it be known that on this day in history …”
Sotomayor said that in spite of their disagreements, Scalia’s death earlier this year was “like losing a member of my family.”
The 2016 cycle continues to break the mold.
Police say it was a “targeted” incident.
“They’ve been talking about that for years.”
It would “take a miracle at this point.”
Conservative radio personality Glenn Beck said on his radio program that he doesn’t trust the polls showing Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is ahead of Republican nominee Donald Trump because of a modified version of the so-called “Bradley Effect.”
“Believe me, folks, we’re doing great.”
The DSCC denies that Murphy’s debate performance was related to the decision to pull the remaining ads, characterizing the reallocation of resources as a strategic decision designed to give Democrats the best possible chance at retaking the Senate.
At least 14 people were arrested.
“The good Lord gave us a moment with this Donald Trump. He really, really did.”
“There’s no evidence behind any of this and so this should not continue to be said.”
“Don’t share or tell anyone I did this.”
“I wanted to flag something that came out of our research on pay equity at the Foundation.”
“There’s no evidence that that has happened.”
“Practically a death sentence.”
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump called the document evidence of “felony corruption,” and Republicans in Congress immediately condemned Kennedy for the revelations.
“I wish I had a good answer for that honestly…I don’t.”
“Maybe he doesn’t just know how to win. I mean, who can really know,” Trump said of House Speaker Paul Ryan.
It is difficult to imagine a scenario in which Hillary Clinton wins the whole country in a relative landslide, but swing states like Ohio, Nevada, and North Carolina remain bitterly competitive. This dichotomy has led many political observers to question whether one set of polls or the other is inaccurate and should be regarded with suspicion.
“I’d wanna look at that.”
“I was surprised, because that is not the man that I know.”
“She knew that she should shoot this guy.”
See how the numbers break down here.
No, the Clinton Foundation did not pay Glenn Beck.
“… in this instance, I believe they have dropped the ball.”
“It’s not what he said, my friend, it’s what he said he did,” McCain said.
This is the second poll in less than a week showing that Utah is now a swing state for Trump.
WikiLeaks said it has activated “appropriate contingency plans” in response.
The legal challenge comes on the same day the baseball team takes on the Blue Jays in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series in Toronto.
“So, let’s all pitch in , no matter what your party affiliation, in and get that office open again quickly.”
“These forces that are liberating you today, they have one goal in Mosul, which is to get rid of Daesh and to secure your dignity.”
“Whether you are Republican, Democrat, or Independent, all Americans should be outraged by this hate-filled and violent attack against our democracy.”
“Time to retire the boring and unfunny show. Alec Baldwin portrayal stinks.”
“I’ve found very few situations where Republicans cheat.”
Nearly 70 percent of all voters — and half of all Republicans — believe at least some of the recent accusations are “probably” true.
The military previously destroyed radar positions in Yemen in response to the first attacks.
According to Islamic State ideology, Dabiq was the supposed location of the apocalyptic final battle between Muslims and Christians.
“Our democracy relies on confidence in election result..”
“We were once a country of freedom, and now we’re becoming a country of tyranny.”
“This election is being rigged by the media pushing false and unsubstantiated charges, and outright lies, in order to elect Crooked Hillary!”
Clinton has made only minimal gains in the last three weeks.
“There are still many, may difficult days ahead for North Carolina.”
The mayor labeled the shooting “the latest example of a senseless gun violence epidemic” in America.
The group reportedly planned to carry out their attacks one day after Election Day.
“Get this thing out of here.”
“That’s begging for a bad rollout.”
“If you could…”
“Because women should be seen and not heard, apparently.”
Cuban rum and cigar aficionados will no doubt enthusiastically welcome legal access to their preferred Cuban brands, but critics of President Obama’s Cuba policy note that improving trade with Cuba serves to bolster the Cuban government, which has long been accused of serial human rights abuses.
“That, I can tell you.”
“Mr. Trump, when I met you, I was so impressed by your talents that I wanted to be like you.”
The poll gives Republicans reason for both optimism and pessimism heading into the November elections.
Democrats have registered almost ten times as many new voters as Republicans in Florida this year.
“He was impeached.”
“Hillary Clinton has been a terrible candidate.”
He likely didn’t figure his victim was after his own gun.
He said Clinton “is the most morally corrupt candidate in U.S. history.”
“We welcome the opportunity to have a court set him straight.”
“She does not recall.”
“It’s pretty bad stuff.”
“It’s awful to have to see his face like this because usually he’s so happy.”
Given the intense scrutiny currently directed towards Ms. Leeds’ story, the publishing of her private information raises serious concerns related to her continued personal safety.
“Just giving back to those who aren’t making as much.”
“I felt they were unacceptable, and I never said I was not voting for our Republican ticket.”
“The standard is low, the evidence is heavy.”
The powers amassed by each successive president through the negligence of Congress and the courts—powers which add up to a toolbox of terror for an imperial ruler—empower whomever occupies the Oval Office to act as a dictator.
“You know we’re going to have an affair, don’t you?”
“A very serious problem.”
“People who identify as nerdy, rapping about the things they love…”
“We kindly ask our community members to pray for our injured officers.”
“We’re going to turn him into Bill Cosby.”
“He was like an octopus.”
“It wouldn’t surprise me if they went here next.”
As Stein repeatedly calls out “Judge?” …
“I’ve got to figure out how we heal these divides.”
“We will shock the world.”
“We need to keep the international pressure on the Chinese Communist Party until all coercive population control is eradicated.”
The email said it was “HRC’s idea” to speak at a Clinton Global Initiative meeting in Morocco in May 2015 as a condition of a $12 million donation.
“Peanut buttering is better than firebombing, and Trump plans on firebombing everybody in other countries.”
“We have a bunch of losers …”
“Bring your mouthguard, bulletproof vest and great life insurance.”
He won’t vote for Hillary Clinton, either.
“I think she’s done some nasty things.”
“There are still considerable sums of money in the United States that belong to our nation.”
“I want to ask Mr. Trump…”
“He’s in a tough spot with Trump. But soon this will all be over.”
“Many don’t know this, but…”
“Worst part is …”
As always, both candidates were, at least to some extent, less than entirely honest with the facts. TheBlaze staff dug in to some of the more sensational claims made by both candidates last night to determine whether they were true, false, or misleading.
“His words are profound!”
Donald Trump could appoint traditionalists to the Supreme Court. That won’t matter if the Senate loses a Republican majority.
“I don’t think there’s anything funny about this election.”
“Even if you believe that, you don’t say that!”
“You don’t say, ‘We’re repealing smartphone.’”
“The bottom line on nuclear weapons is that…”
“Free and fair elections and the peaceful transfer of power are the pride of our country.”
“It’s a Halloween show for the front yard, you know? I mean, she’s not on a spike. She’s not on fire — yet.”
The wage gap between college-educated white workers and black workers can be traced to factors that have nothing to do with discrimination.
Her voice “dripping with a blend of scorn, indignation and alarm …”
“I predicted his nomination, and I believe he is the chaos candidate set apart to navigate us through the chaos that is coming to America.”
“This has not been verified.”
“Well, Kelly, since I play straight up and I’ll play straight up with you …”
“Donald Trump will accept the results of the election because he’s going to win the election. So they’ll be easy to accept.”
“The only reason they did it is because she is running for the office of president.”
“He was tough and he was right down the middle fair.”
“The Supreme Court, it’s what it’s all about.”
“He’s always been a gentleman with women.”
Earlier today, Tapper tweeted an image of an email in which he called Podesta “disgusting” and accused the Clinton campaign of attempting to intimidate reporters who cover stories in a manner unfavorable to the Clinton campaign.
“I whipped around real quick with the camera and just started snapping pictures of him.”
“You start telling someone something over and over again that’s an opinion, and they start taking it as fact.”
“Well, I think what Mr. Trump is trying to say is…”
“My opponent is either impotent or is simply not trying, because everyone loves Bill Joel.”
“Times, they are a-changin’.”
“Prop 60 isn’t a public health measure, it’s a public harassment measure for adult performers.”
Bush said he is “embarrased and ashamed.”
“So the news media’s one-sidedness is the worst I’ve seen in my lifetime, and I’m old enough that’s a fairly long statement.”
“Donald Trump is too chicken to release his tax returns.”
Many pro-life activists argued that as Planned Parenthood celebrated its own birthday, they deny birthdays to others.
Pence’s comments come amid increased speculation that Trump would be unwilling to accept a loss in November.
“You are the smartest people,” Clinton told the bankers in one speech.
The school district has defended the survey, however.
“Ben & Jerry’s went beyond making a statement in support of civil rights when they actively accused law enforcement of widespread racism.”
“This is the time for Trump to hit the eject button he’s always used whenever he’s cornered, either in his married or business life.”
The 2016 presidential campaign has already seen a number of firsts, but Republican nominee Donald Trump today made sure there would be at least one more: he suggested that his opponent, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, is on drugs, and he called for both candidates to be drug tested prior to the next debate.
“Let me tell you this, Washington Post: Watch yourself.”
“It’s going to end when Donald Trump becomes president of the United States.”
“We have allowed ourselves to be offered two horrendous candidates from the two major parties.”
The results are surprising.
“The men that you and I know don’t treat women this way.”
“The Democratic nominee is a crook, a liar, and a bigot engaged in a plot to overthrow our religious institutions and reshape them in her own image.”
“We absolutely think that what the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is doing here violates the first amendment and everything our country was founded upon.”
“They should have been charged with attempted murder …”