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The Trump administration is a show about nothing. —Conservative writer Kevin Williamson in National Review
One women said in an affidavit that one of her duties was “to keep a list of women I assumed he was having affairs with and call them at his request and, if necessary, have them flown in using Congressional resources.” —A staffer's description of her job duties for Dem. congressman Jon Conyers
Trump knows some things; covers the weaknesses of his case with sheer aggression; doesn't care about consistency or common sense; wants to play to the base rather than reach the persuadable middle; and feels liberated from any standards of respectability.—Conservative commentator Rich Lowry
This [refugee resettlement deal] is going to kill me. I am the world's greatest person that does not want to let people into the country. I have had it. I have been making calls all day and this is the most unpleasant call of the day. Putin was a pleasant call. This is ridiculous.—Donald Trump, in his phone call to Australian Prime Minister
The more we learn, the more we realize Trump fired Comey because he's a vindictive, paranoid, SOB.—Conservative blogger Jay Caruso
Jeff — Too bad you (CNN) couldn’t be honest with how well I did in the debate. The dumbest thing I ever did was get you the job at CNN — you are the most disloyal person. Just remember, I always seem to find a way to get even. Best wishes, Donald J. Trump.—Donald J. Trump, President of the United States
This is the most failed 100 days of any president. —Douglas Brinkley, presidential historian, on Donald Trump
Someone needs to tell Trump's Iranian supporters that he's not going to bring Shah's son back to Iran for them. —Sam, my U.S. Marine cousin (tours in Iraq and Afghanistan)
Donald Trump, champion and avatar of the shallow state, has won power because his supporters are threatened by what they don't understand, and what they don't understand is almost everything....[t]o many of them, knowledge is not a useful tool but a cunning barrier elites have created to keep power from the average man and woman. —David Rothkopf
Trump's visa ban for Iranians is racist. Whether this will include a cultural event or not, I won’t attend the #AcademyAwards 2017 in protest.—Tweet by Iranian actress Taraneh Alidoosti
Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet.—Gen. James "Mad Dog" Mattis, Trump's pick for Sec. of Defense of the United States
"Some of the hardest-working and most productive people in this city are undocumented aliens. If you come here and you work hard and you happen to be in an undocumented status, you're one of the people who we want in this city. You're somebody that we want to protect, and we want you to get out from under what is often a life of being like a fugitive, which is really unfair."—Staunch Trump supporter Rudy Giuliani in a 1994 speech
The racist, fascist extreme right is represented footsteps from the Oval Office. Be very vigilant America.—Republican strategist John Weaver on selection of Steve Bannon by Trump as his top adviser
Blame Hillary Clinton For Being An Awful Candidate Think about it. Hillary Clinton couldn’t beat Donald Trump. She couldn’t beat the most flawed and disliked Republican nominee in history. She couldn’t beat the Republican nominee whose own party denounced him and withdrew their nominations. She couldn’t be the Republican nominee who got a million less votes that Mitt Romney in 2012. That says a lot more about her candidacy, than it does about Trump’s.—J. Wilson - alibertarianfuture.com
Trump is “human meth” ― a singularly galvanizing and destructive blend of Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, Beavis and Butt-Head, Michael Moore, Alex Jones, George Wallace, Benito Mussolini and Vince the ShamWow Guy.—Huffington Post
The [Democratic] women Senators have talked & we're concerned about Donald's weight. Campaign stress? We think a public daily weigh-in is called for.—Senator Claire McCaskill
Trump is not bothered by the nuanced concepts behind his policies. That’s because he doesn’t have nuances. Or concepts. Or policies. Trump is selling but one thing: Trump. —Roger Simon - Politico
I’ve been around this town for about 30 years now and I’ve never seen foreign policy debate that is being so profoundly affected by the movement of hundreds of millions of dollars in the American political system [as is the Iran nuclear deal debate].—Former 6-term Congressman Jim Slattery
Scotland becomes a one-party state—Daily Mail
The sheer political spectacle of this speech, of House Republicans inviting a foreign head of state to speak at the U.S. Capitol for the express purpose of undermining the president's ability to carry out his foreign policy - the sheer spectacle of this unprecedented pledge of allegiance to a foreign head of state as a means of insulting and undermining our own president, that has never happened before.—Rachel Maddow- MSNBC

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