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Friday Short Cuts

Notable quotables from Mark Meadows, Jonathan Turley, Stacey Abrams, and more.

Political Editors · Jan. 24, 2020

Upright: “The only cover-up that I’ve seen is actually Adam Schiff and his team’s cover-up on their coordination with the whistleblower.” —Rep. Mark Meadows

Belly laugh: “What do you think the second term Trump impeachment will be for? I sure hope it’s more exciting and better concocted than this one.” —Mollie Hemingway

For the record: “[Trump and I] work closely together because we are concerned about the same things. We are concerned about the rise of terrorism, the importance of fighting terrorism, but also the importance of having fair burden sharing within the NATO alliance. And NATO brings together North America and Europe, and of course we have to share the burden in a fair way … His message is having an impact. And now all European allies and Canada are investing more and this is making NATO stronger.” —NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg

For the record II: “I think that this [impeachment] will go down as one of the greatest historic blunders of a House of Congress."—constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley

Alarming lack of self-awareness: "We have to stop re-litigating past elections and have to start planning for future elections.” —Stacey Abrams, who deludedly believes she won Georgia’s gubernatorial election

Rainbow quotas: “My administration will be committed to diversity and inclusion, starting on day one. I will: Build a Cabinet and senior leadership team that reflects the full diversity of America, including having at least 50% of Cabinet positions filled by women and non binary people.” —Sen. Elizabeth Warren

OK Fauxcahontas: “It’s pretty clear that there are some Republicans who are challenged on the concept of conflict of interest.” —Elizabeth Warren

Grand delusions: “Since President George Washington took office in 1789, no president has abused his power in this way.” —Rep. Jerry Nadler

And last… “Did you know: In Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, both Norma (Roe) and Sandra (Doe): Never had an abortion. Were poor & struggling. Were lied to & preyed upon by lawyers. Both became pro-life advocates. #RoevWade was built upon the exploitation of women.” —Live Action President Lila Rose

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