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Sunday March 12, 2017

Quote of the Day

“The problem in Washington is not a Deep State; the problem is a shallow man—an untruthful, vain, vindictive, alarmingly erratic President. In order to pass fair and proper judgment, the public deserves a full airing of everything from Trump's tax returns and business entanglements to an accounting of whether he has been, in some way, compromised. Journalists can, and will, do a lot. But the courts, law enforcement, and Congress—without fear or favor—are responsible for such an investigation. Only if government officials take to heart their designation as ”public servants“ will justice prevail.”

-- David Remnick, “There Is No Deep State,” in The New Yorker

Posted at 02:17 PM on Sunday March 12, 2017 in category Quote of the Day  
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