“The lesson of Pearl Harbor is one of resilience.”
“Even the idea that the president has to unite the country is gone.”
“How are they going to report on the style and character of the president-elect?”
‘Play no favorites, pull no punches.’
“We want to be a disinterested party here… we’re staying totally neutral,” Stein told Mark Thompson.
“Everything with [Trump’s] name on it becomes not just a terrorism target but on the other side becomes an opportunity to buy his favor.”
“WikiLeaks is an arm of Russian intelligence.”
“What can I do for the next four years?”
“Now there’s something that can be done.”
History proves that sometimes the most routine events, like a visit to an elementary school, can end up as moments of unmatched significance.