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Says he holds the record for "most appearances on 'Meet the Press'."

The Obama administration originally "wanted 10,000 troops to remain in Iraq -- not combat troops, but military advisers, special operations forces, to watch the counterterrorism effort."

A "regulatory thing" means you can’t show someone drinking beer on camera.

"The number of SWAT raids have gone up by 1,400 percent since the 1980s."

In Ferguson, Mo., "you've got three black officers and 50 white officers with a town that is 67 percent African-American."  

The Islamic State, or ISIS, was "cast off by al-Qaida because" it was "considered too extreme."  

The people who want President Barack Obama impeached "are all white, they're all older, and guess what, they're in the far right wing of the Republican Party."  

Israel in the last three weeks has "killed more Palestinian children, more than 200, than the total number of Israeli soldiers killed in military operations since 2006."

The United States is the leading nation in the world "with the highest amount of doubt about the conventional wisdom of climate change."

Russia "has an economy the size of Italy."  

"Ninety percent" of people living in Gaza "don’t have access even to water."  

There are fewer wars, there are fewer people dying in wars "now than there have been in quite some time."

In Syria, "we struck a deal where we got 100 percent of the chemical weapons out."  

"The so-called defense minister of the People's Republic of Donetsk ... actually posted a bragging social media posting of having shot down a military transport. And then when it became apparent it was civilian, they pulled it down from social media."  

"More than 50 percent of immigrants from (El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras) use at least one major welfare program once they get here."

"Radio Marti and TV Marti have spent more than $500 million to reach less than 1 percent of the Cuban population."  

"If you look at the states where soccer is most popular, they're overwhelmingly blue states, and the states where soccer is least popular are red states."

"Hobby Lobby provided this (birth control) coverage before they decided to drop it to file suit."

In February, John McCain "suggested" the Bergdahl-Taliban swap that he now calls "outrageous and dangerous."

"We’ve seen a remarkable reduction in the number of Americans being executed -- it’s down nearly two-thirds over the past generation."  

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