'Thousandfold' is rhetorical flourish, but he's mostly on target
"In France, they have a (surveillance) program a thousandfold more invasive" than the United States.
Clerical errors led to delay
The Charleston, S.C., shooter "should have never been given a gun, but the universal background check was not fast enough."
Sometimes it is, sometimes it isn't
"It is already in the law that there is a requirement to screen (refugees) for religion."
A team effort
"I spent 18 months putting together the sanctions against Iran so that we could force them to the negotiating table."
Phone records, voting roll back it up
John Bel Edwards
Says David Vitter "answered a prostitute’s call minutes after he skipped a vote honoring 28 soldiers who gave their lives in defense of our freedom."
In raw dollars, U.S. is No. 1
"The United States (is) the largest provider of humanitarian assistance to displaced persons and refugees."
The process typically takes 2 years
"It takes almost a year for a refugee to be processed in the United States."
In line with general trends
"Net immigration from Mexico last year was zero. Fact-check me."
He's off by 60 cents an hour
"Over half of the black workers in this country earn less" than $15 an hour.
Phrase appears on website, but isn't accurate
"Go look on the West Point website and you’ll see those specific words, ‘full scholarship to West Point.’ So even though it is, you know, given as a grant for anybody who gets in, those words are used."
Sitting here on Capitol Hill
"If you look at the three people on the (debate) stage from the United States Senate, all three of them have a combined two bills that became law that they've sponsored."
Sure, but email's got a short history at State
Says John Kerry "is the first secretary of state to rely primarily on a government account."
Clinton says her own plan is better
Says Hillary Clinton "couldn't bring herself to say we need to separate commercial banking and speculative banking, namely reinstating Glass-Steagall."
Significance for climate change is not entirely clear
"Fifteen out of the 20 most polluted cities in the world" are in India and China.
U.S. is the outlier
"Every other major country" has family paid leave.
The U.S. has a lock on this
"Today in America, we have more people in jail than any other country on Earth."
And the Benghazi committee makes 8
"There have been seven investigations (of Benghazi) led mostly by Republicans in the Congress" that concluded "nobody did anything wrong, but there were changes we could make."
The worst months out of very bad year
Debbie Wasserman Schultz
"When we had a conservative Republican president we were losing 750,000 jobs a month."
Only "willful" violation leads to license loss
"While 38 percent of (firearms) dealers that were inspected in 2011 were noncompliant with federal law, only 0.05 percent of inspected dealers had their licenses revoked."
When measured as a percentage of GDP
Today, the deficit is "below the average deficits over the past 40 years."
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