Short by several polls
"Poll after poll after poll shows me beating Hillary."
Glass could be half full OR half empty
Says the Congressional Budget Office "is expecting a protracted economic malaise for at least the next decade under current policies."
It's a lot of money
"The largest U.S. companies would owe $620 billion in U.S. taxes on the cash they store in tax havens."
Clinton supports trade deals but job loss question not settled
Says Hillary Clinton voted "for virtually every trade agreement that has cost the workers of this country millions of jobs."
Murky legal definitions
Says Bernie Sanders "wants higher standards for toy guns than real guns."
Clinton hasn't gone that far
Says Hillary Clinton "has been saying lately that she thinks that I am, 'not qualified to be president.' "
It was a super PAC, not Cruz himself
"Many just call him 'Lyin' Ted.' ... His TV ad about John Kasich? Lie! Stations had to pull it off the air."
Clinton, among others, has been much more transparent
Says his campaign has released his past tax returns.
Maybe not exactly, but close
"I have 2 and a half million more votes than he (Sanders) does."
Our inquiries prompted a White House correction
The "rate of uninsured Americans (is) 8.8 percent."
Military expansion yes, but no floating Death Star
China is "in the South China Sea and (building) a military fortress the likes of which perhaps the world has not seen."
You didn't rebuild that
"We’ve rebuilt China."
Only 2/3 of the story
Says his free public university tuition program "is paid for … by a tax on Wall Street's speculation."
Except for all those ‘personal’ emails
"I have now put out all of my emails."
Nope, Wall Street is attacking everyone
"I'm the only candidate in the Democratic primary, or actually on either side, who Wall Street financiers and hedge fund managers are actually running ads against."
Not the naked truth
Says Ted Cruz distributed the ad showing a nude Melania Trump on a rug.
A consistent story
Says that when Michelle Fields "found out that there was a security camera, and that they had her on tape, all of a sudden that story changed."
Not entirely clear what he's trying to say
"There’s a tremendous tax that we pay when we (American businesses) go into China, whereas when China sells to us there’s no tax."
All pain, little gain
When it comes to fighting terrorism, "Another thing we know that does not work, based on lots of empirical evidence, is torture."
"It’s actually easier for the United States to get flight manifests from E.U. nations than it is for E.U. nations to get them from their own neighbors, thanks to an agreement the U.S. negotiated when I was secretary of state."
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