“I have never heard of Hamas and Hezbollah taking action in other countries,” Rouhani said, despite evidence to the contrary.
On the trail of Qassem Soleimani.
“I tried to ask him but he’s on his way to Baghdad on a plane.”
“I’m not certain what this thing you’re referring to was, how many people danced.” Iran’s president on jailed dancers, journalist.
“They acted like they’ve never been in a place like this before.”
Combating the Russian lobbying machine in DC.
The Islamist group targeted in airstrikes in Syria was almost unknown to the American public until recently. Now the Obama administration says they present a direct threat to the U.S.
“I like Ted Cruz but he’s not authentic.”
The movement descends into litigation. “We can either go and beat him up or we can go to court.”
Middle East politics on the Upper West Side.
Cruz staffers were told about the ties between some speakers at the event and the terrorist organization the night before his speech.
The firm, Independent Diplomat, has a history of taking on clients seeking statehood.
Kremlin radio approached the U.S.-funded broadcaster about collaborating, as the Russian media giant seeks to grow its reach.
“Communication services are mostly useless now.”
“You are responsible for thousands of deaths in my country.”
The fringes of the U.S. conservative movement build bridges with their counterparts on the other side of the Atlantic.
Whatever you do, don’t call it an invasion.
The end of an ugly 2012 scandal.
“The circumstances are different entirely [this time],” said Rep. Trent Franks.