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Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me "old," when I would NEVER call him "short and fat?" Oh well, I try so hard to be his friend - and maybe someday that will happen!—@realDonaldTrump
Crown Prince bin Salman's father isn't just Saudi Arabia's monarch: King Salman is custodian of Islam's two holiest sites, and a palace coup in Riyadh could have ramifications beyond the kingdom's borders. And in this most Sunni of Sunni nations, the Crown Prince bin Salman wants the Saudis to lead a grand coalition against Shia Iran.—CNN's Nic Robertson on the Saudi Game of Thrones
Because serving as apologist on behalf of war criminals is only a matter of opinion. They'd give job to Goebbels if he were still alive. —Syrian HR Activist Ammar Abdulhamid on Mazen Adi's appointment at Rutgers Univ.
“President Trump is not the person who I wanted to be in that office, and I’ve been very open about that. That being said, he is the president. If he fails, the country is in jeopardy,” he said. “It would be egotistical for anyone to say, ‘I hope he fails.’ To that person I would say, fuck you. Why would you want that? So you can be right? I don’t want him to fail. I want him to succeed. I do. I honestly do.”—Bryan Cranston
"Condolences to the world's past, present and future masturbators"—Social Media comment on Hugh Hefner's demise
It’s not exactly breaking news that most journalists lean left. Media, bias grew out of the 1960s social revolution. Fueled by civil rights and anti-Vietnam War movements, media jumped on the anti-authority bandwagon. After Watergate, “All the President’s Men” motivated journalists to be the next Woodward and Bernstein, find a Deep Throat, and bring down a president especially a Republican president. That’s because liberalism is baked into the journalism cake.—Michael Goodwin
I am completely offended by this clip ( i.e:Trump Beating up CNN Logo) but I also think it kinda ironic cause I believe that this clip or one similar to it is part of a documentary which came out last week called "nobody speak" which is about the threat to the free press, but when we get distracted by this and we get too emotional and get our eye off our job then we aren't serving our audence either. I worry that the way you guys are yelling at eachother nobody's listening.—Kelly McBride responds to Brian Stelter's CNN Panel
Even if his boss is tied up with the fallout over his tweeting, Tillerson's head needs to be here, big time. As it was for Sykes, Picot and Balfour, this is a time for bold ambition, not to draw new lines, but to deftly manage the erasure of old ones. This is no time for US to be eying ISIS's demise in Raqqa and thinking of leaving the battlefield. No time for Trump to be anything other than laser-focused on US's future interests.—Nic Robertson, CNN
The battle on the ground is finally slowing as Assad consolidates his grip, and separately ISIS's caliphate is being scotched from the landscape. But what the regional crisis reveals -- shrouded in the multi-layered surrogacy of this war -- is an ugly, ethno-sectarian disease spreading its infection way beyond Syria's borders. While we have all been distracted by the destruction and death inside Syria, it's what's happening outside that could become a serious cause for concern, too.—Nic Robertson CNN
"Being negative is normal ... it's not successful ... but it is normal. Don't ingore it but handle it"—Jim Rohn