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“I owe an apol­ogy to the pig for as­so­ci­at­ing Gi­u­liani with a pig. This guy is a dis­grace, it’s dis­gust­ing. It has no place in Amer­i­can so­ci­ety or any­where else for that mat­ter, and he should have al­ready been fired.”

— MICHAEL AVE­NATTI, who’s rep­re­sent­ing porn star Stormy Daniels in her suit against Don­ald Trump, speak­ing on CNN’s The Sit­u­a­tion Room.

“There aren’t enough white kids to go around. … If we don’t do some­thing about im­mi­gra­tion very, very soon, the de­mo­graph­ics of our coun­try will be ir­re­vo­ca­bly changed and we will be a very dif­fer­ent coun­try.”

— DAVID STRINGER, a Repub­li­can state se­na­tor in Ari­zona, in a video that went vi­ral.

“Our gov­ern­ment should not be in the busi­ness of ware­hous­ing chil­dren in con­verted box stores or mak­ing plans to place them in tent cities in the desert out­side of El Paso.”

— For­mer first lady LAURA BUSH in an op-ed for The Washington Post.

“The pres­i­dent seems to be cre­at­ing trade (and other) dis­putes with every­one — al­lies and ad­ver­saries alike — and it’s dif­fi­cult to dis­cern any co­her­ent strat­egy.”

— ROD HUNTER, a for­mer Na­tional Se­cu­rity Coun­cil staffer un­der Pres­i­dent Ge­orge W. Bush, com­ment­ing to AP on Don­ald Trump’s pro­posed tar­iffs.

“The wise man builds bridges, the fool builds walls. With eco­nomic glob­al­iza­tion there are no se­cluded and iso­lated is­lands.”

— From an edi­to­rial in the PEO­PLE’S DAILY, the of­fi­cial news­pa­per of the Chi­nese com­mu­nist party.

“In to­day’s GOP, which is the pres­i­dent’s play­thing, he is the main­stream. So, to vote against his party’s cow­er­ing con­gres­sional cau­cuses is to af­firm the na­tion’s honor while quar­an­tin­ing him.”

— Con­ser­va­tive writer GE­ORGE WILL im­plor­ing cit­i­zens to vote against Repub­li­can in­cum­bents in the midterm elec­tion.

“When did caging kids be­come the art of the deal?”

— The head­line of a re­cent edi­to­rial in THE NEW YORK TIMES.

“We need a gover­nor who is a true leader — an adult in the room, who un­like Scott Walker, will put Wis­con­sin be­fore his own po­lit­i­cal am­bi­tions.”

— ED WALL, Scott Walker’s for­mer cor­rec­tions sec­re­tary, en­dors­ing Demo­cratic can­di­date Tony Evers in the race for gover­nor.

“There is sim­ply not enough po­lice in D.C. or Vir­ginia or Mary­land to pro­tect all Trump of­fi­cials at their homes and when they go out to restau­rants. Get­ting a con­cealed hand­gun per­mit would be help­ful to pro­tect them­selves and their fam­ily.”

— JOHN LOTT JR., pres­i­dent of the con­ser­va­tive Crime Preven­tion Re­search Cen­ter, speak­ing with a re­porter from the Washington Ex­am­iner.

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