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It was a very different time, and you have to remember the context.feedback
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Oct 27 2017
Larry Sabato has been quoted in 23 different articles. Most recently, Larry Sabato has been quoted saying, “Contradictory signals were given all day. Trump's tweets led us to believe that disclosure was ready to go. Everybody outside government was ready to move quickly.” in an article called Trump holding back some JFK files, releasing others. This is only one of 41 quotes from Larry Sabato. To see more examples Larry Sabato’s views and opinions, check out the section below. You can filter Larry Sabato's quotes by date and by topic to see, for example, what Larry Sabato said about Donald Trump recently and in the past.
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Jul 20 2017

They're not about to admit that they're wrong, at least not yet.feedback

May 19 2017

There has never been a president taking his first international trip being dogged by scandal like this. He's already a president viewed skeptically by much of the world. And while the pictures from the trip may be great, the White House can't change the headlines that will follow him wherever he goes.feedback

May 07 2017 - SCOTUS

McConnell is golden, at least for a while, for engineering the only significant accomplishment of Trump's first 100 days, Neil Gorsuch.feedback

May 07 2017 - Trump Presidency

McConnell is a man of the Senate. He won't hesitate to exercise the Senate's prerogatives to check and balance Trump where needed. He'll do it quietly and with a minimum of fuss whenever possible. Trump will attack his more visible antagonists.feedback

May 07 2017

He doesn't seek much of the spotlight, and rarely makes slips or gaffes. He lets others grab the spotlight, which can burn as easily as it illuminates.feedback

Apr 20 2017 - Trump Presidency

It's either make-up money or it's a continuation of support by people who are invested in Trump. You don't give this kind of money to get a few tickets to inaugural balls.feedback

Mar 09 2017

In every case, for each party, victory wasn't delivered on account of a terrific positive platform but because of a negative reaction to the policies and actions of the incumbent president and/or Congress.feedback

Mar 09 2017

Parties like to develop a positive agenda to prepare for their next turn at governing, and this is a good and useful exercise. But in midterm elections, the voters are usually just reacting to the incumbent president–and almost always negatively.feedback

Feb 22 2017

Republicans have now put a higher priority on their partisan identification and support for their current leader than principles they have had for many decades. We live in such a polarized era.feedback

Feb 16 2017 - Ford

It is far from inconceivable that Pence will be president during the current term, and his ability to govern may well depend on whether enough people see him as somewhat independent. To use a historical parallel, Pence wants to be Gerald Ford to Trump's Richard Nixon. So having some distance could be a very good thing for a vice president who has seemed sycophantic so far.feedback

Feb 16 2017

No question, Pence has to be embarrassed by this turn of events. But his major mistake so far has been getting entirely too close to Trump and parroting some of the silly things Trump and his inner circle have been saying.feedback

Nov 13 2016

I think it's dawning on Trump that he's now got enormous responsibilities and needs the help of every experienced, competent person he can find.feedback

Nov 07 2016

Ballot initiatives often are leading indicators of trends, especially on social issues. The ultimate trend-setter is California, partly because it is a mega-state that has so many ballot issues every year. Of course, the Golden State is much more liberal than the conservative states of the South or farm belt, so there are limits to what you can read into California's preferences.feedback

Oct 12 2016

Heads you lose, tails you lose. You're going to lose one constituency either way you go.feedback

Oct 03 2016

I actually think he could shoot multiple people and, as long as his aim was good, there would be no problem with his base.feedback

Oct 03 2016

This is a great issue for average people who pay a sizable slice of their very small salaries to the federal government and look, this is something that only the super wealthy can take advantage of.feedback

Sep 02 2016

There has been a closing that's completely natural.feedback

Jul 22 2016 - Republican Party

America is changing rapidly, and the GOP doesn't represent the changes – demographic or philosophical. As the slogan goes, change or die.feedback

Jun 10 2016

[Trump] is a showman. And he knows you have to build drama to build an audience. He wants to turn the convention into a show that actually attracts a very large audience.feedback

Jun 10 2016

Whatever happens on the third-party front, we're going to get one of the two major-party nominees, obviously, elected president.feedback

Jun 05 2015

This phenomenon is called negative partisanship. If we were trying to maximize the effect, we couldn't have found better nominees than Trump and Clinton.feedback

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