Last quote by Paul Waldman
There’s a war breaking out in the House Intelligence Committee over the unfolding Russia scandal. And in a weird way, the evident desire of the chairman of that committee to protect President Trump may only be increasing Trump’s problems.
Mar 24 2017
This page is completely dedicated to what Paul Waldman has to say. All of Paul Waldman’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Paul Waldman came from an article called Why liberals should be happy about Trump’s appalling budget proposal: “Unlike most budget stories, the release of the Trump administration’s first budget proposal is dramatic - it’s got conflict, danger, suspense, and an uncertain outcome. It has also done liberals a great favor, for the very reason they’re so up in arms about it.”.
Quotes by Paul Waldman
Mar 17 2017
Unlike most budget stories, the release of the Trump administration’s first budget proposal is dramatic - it’s got conflict, danger, suspense, and an uncertain outcome. It has also done liberals a great favor, for the very reason they’re so up in arms about it.
Mar 16 2017
When Republicans imagined having a president of their own and control of Congress, they thought it would be a nonstop string of legislative achievements and improvements to government, bringing an inspiring new era of efficiency and effectiveness that showed Americans what the GOP was really capable of.
Mar 15 2017
You'll notice that even though the GOP bill has the full support of the Trump White House, the conservatives are calling it 'Ryancare' as a way of tarring him with what they think will eventually be seen as a failure. They don't view themselves as people with specific practical goals who are willing to negotiate and perhaps compromise to reach those goals – that's for the corrupt insiders. Instead, they're heroic revolutionaries, rousing the rabble and terrifying the establishment.
Mar 15 2017
They need an enemy to rebel against, and for now, Paul Ryan is it.
Mar 02 2017
President Trump’s hilariously candid revelation that “nobody knew that health care could be so complicated” may be remembered as the most succinct summary of the Republicans’ dilemma as they try to fulfill their endlessly repeated promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. And now that things are about to get specific, what had been a dangerous situation for them is about to turn into a nightmare.
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