Say What? Archive

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April 24, 2011

"All his ex-wives are happy."

– Iowan Republican activist Joni Scotter, on why Trump's three marriages won't matter to social conservatives

April 23, 2011

"It's a very sad thing. I have a great relationship with the blacks. I've always had a great relationship with the blacks. But unfortunately, it seems that, you know, the numbers you cite are very, very frightening numbers."

– Donald Trump on President Obama's sky-high support among African-Americans

April 22, 2011

"A lot of people are saying he wasn't even born in this country."

– Donald Trump

April 21, 2011

"There's something on that birth certificate that he doesn't like."

– Donald Trump

April 20, 2011

"Our current president came out of nowhere. Came out of nowhere. In fact, I'll go a step further. The people that went to school with him, they never saw him; they don't know who he is. It's crazy."

– Donald Trump

"Look, I didn't say that...If he was three years old or two years old or one year old and people remember him, that's irrelevant."

– Donald Trump, after CNN played him documentary clips of Hawaiians reminiscing about the schoolchild Obama

April 19, 2011

"Now this guy either has a birth cerfitificate or he doesn't. And I didn't think this was such a big deal, but I will tell you, it's turning out to be a very big deal because people now are calling me from all over saying, please don't give up on this issue."

– Donald Trump on President Obama

April 18, 2011

"I'm much bigger than this man and have a much, much bigger net worth. I mean my net worth is many, many, many times Mitt Romney."

– Donald Trump

April 17, 2011

"Trump's not the kind of guy to comb over difficulties."

– Rush Limbaugh

April 15, 2011

"GWU officials tells Fox that police were notified about the incident about 2pm, which happens to be at the same time that President Obama was speaking...As of this writing, Fox has not been able to obtain reaction from the White House."

– story on suicide of a George Washington University student

April 14, 2011

"Campaigner-in-chief...We're looking for bipartisan solutions, not partisan rhetoric."

– Rep. Paul Ryan on Obama speech

"The president has announced he's running for president. Certainly there were elements of the campaign in [the speech], but I can't be critical of him. For every president that is up for reelection, politics do play a role in the things they tell the American people. It is what it is."

– Sen. John McCain