Closing argument: "If you're the one who's threatening others, you lose the right to claim self- defense."
Prosecutor Thomas Binger
— In closing argument says that Kyle Rittenhouse provoked protesters with his gun: "You cannot claim self-defense against a danger you create. That's critical right here. If you're the one who's threatening others, you lose the right to claim self- defense." — Reuters
The former chief adviser to President Obama, slammed Judge Bruce Schroeder in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, accusing him of being "a de facto defense attorney." — Twitter
U.S. Military Analyst
Who dropped that?” a confused analyst typed on a secure chat system being used by those monitoring the drone. Another responded, “We just dropped on 50 women and children.” — New York Times
Biden’s Cold War obsession with China.
Even his signature, but watered-down $1 trillion infrastructure bill appears to be more about global competition than anything else. It seems to be the only way the president can sell his legislative agenda to the Republicans.
Biden: “It will create millions of new jobs. It will grow the economy. And we’ll win the world economic competition that we’re engaged in in the second quarter of the 21st century with China and many other countries around the world.” — AP
The previous guy
An angry Trump issued a statement attacking “Old Crow” McConnell and other Republicans for cooperating on “a terrible Democrat Socialist Infrastructure Plan.” — ABC News
Former Trump aide
…said she was told not to play Taylor Swift at the White House: "Are you trying to get fired?” — Washington Post
Michael Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser
“If we are going to have one nation under God, which we must, we have to have one religion.” — San Antonio rally