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“I listened to Putin constantly using the n-word. That’s the n-word.”
— Former President Donald Trump, on Fox Business, before clarifying he meant the “nuclear word.”
“Joe Rogan is an interesting and popular guy, but he’s got to stop apologizing to the Fake News and Radical Left maniacs and lunatics …. How many ways can you say you’re sorry? Joe, just go about what you do so well and don’t let them make you look weak and frightened.”
— Former President Donald Trump advising Joe Rogan to “stop apologizing” for racist and antivax remarks.
“The press doesn’t like to talk about it, but the real number was much, much bigger… It was tremendous numbers of people, not the Capitol, I’m talking about the rally itself, and it was a lovefest, it was a beautiful thing.”
— Asked in a Fox News interview if he regretted how he handled the Capitol riots, Donald Trump blamed Speaker Nancy Pelosi for poor security and then boasted about the size of the crowd that was there to support him.
“Friends of mine say we are not going to vote because we are angry about the presidential election. Don’t listen to my friends.”
— President Trump, quoted by Politico, urging Georgia Republicans to vote in the Senate runoffs.
“We’re going to have sheriffs, and we’re going to have law enforcement, and we’re going to have, hopefully, U.S. attorneys, and we’re going to have everybody and attorney generals.”
— President Trump threatened to send “sheriffs” and “law enforcement” to polling places on election day to guard against voter fraud—even though he lacks the authority to do so, CNN reports.
“He wanted to see if we could sell Puerto Rico, ‘could we swap Puerto Rico for Greenland,’ because, in his words, ‘Puerto Rico was dirty and the people were poor.’”
— Former Homeland Security chief of staff Miles Taylor confirmed to MSNBC that President Trump inquired about “selling” Puerto Rico.
“You’ve seen what’s going on in New Zealand? Big surge in New Zealand. It’s terrible. We don’t want that.”
— President Trump, quoted by the Washington Post, after New Zealand reported 22 new coronavirus cases in two days. The United States is currently averaging 50,000 new cases every day.
“We’re a developing nation too, in my book. We’re developing too.”
— President Trump, quoted by the Washington Post.
“In my opinion, it’s a great time to buy stocks or into your 401K. I would be all in… let’s see if I’m right ….”
— Eric Trump, tweeting on February 28.
“I am a proud Trump Republican. I believe he’s broadened the reach of the Republican Party, which is really important to me.”
— New York Times: “Ivanka Trump’s transformation from a liberal New York socialite who donated to Democratic politicians and vocally supported gay rights to a card-carrying member of her father’s ‘Make America Great Again’ coalition is now complete. … Ms. Trump said on Monday that she had made the decision to officially change her voter registration from Democrat to Republican because she wanted to vote for her father in the New York primary, something she did not do in 2016 when she missed the deadline to register as a Republican.”