Top Five Stupid Political Quotes 6-4 to 6-10

    . JOHN KERRY

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    Appearing on 'Meet the Press,' former Secretary of State John Kerry ridiculed President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord, and his promise to negotiate a better climate deal.

    Speaking with host Chuck Todd, Kerry said that Trump was playing to his base by pulling out of the accord, saying the "anger and frustration" of many Americans was being exploited with a "phony economic argument."

    Kerry added that saying he could negotiate a better climate deal is "like OJ Simpson saying he’s gonna go out and find the real killer."

    "It's just not going to happen because he doesn't believe in it."

    "Everybody knows he isn't going to do that because he doesn't believe in it," Kerry continued. "If he did believe in it, he wouldn't have pulled out of Paris. America has unilaterally ceded global leadership on this issue, which for years, even Republican Presidents George H.W. Bush pushed in this direction."

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    2. Nancy Pelosi

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    PELOSI: When the Pope went to the White House he talked about the dangers of air pollution when he was here. And just last week the Pope met with President Trump and gave him a copy of his Encyclical "Laudato Si," which made the case for strong urgent action to halt the climate crisis.

    The Pope wrote, "The climate is a common good belonging to all and meant for all." The bible tells us to minister to the needs of God's creation as an act of worship. To ignore those needs is to dishonor the God who made us and that is just what we're doing by walking away from this accord.

    The question I have for Donald Trump as a mother and a grandmother of five -- and a grandmother of nine -- how is he ever going to explain to his grandchildren what he did to the air they breathe? Assuming they breathe air. And I have to assume that is the case, we all do, right?

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    3. Al Gore: Every Night on the tv news is like a nature hike through the book of revelation

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    The Apocalypse of Al: Former Vice President Al Gore made the round on Sunday morning's political talk shows this week, warning that President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate treaty will lead to the end of the world.

    On ABC's 'This Week,' he lamented that watching the daily weather report was like "taking a nature walk through the Book of Revelations," a line which he has used verbatim before.

    GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS: So, does it really make all that much difference, then, if the United States pulls out of Paris climate accord. Remember back, you know, the United States under George W. Bush pulled out of Kyoto, yet the innovation continued after that.

    AL GORE: Well, we lost a lot of time when the U.S. did not join the rest of the world community then. And while it is true that we have the sustainability revolution underway, and it's very exciting, it has the magnitude of the industrial revolution but the speed of the digital revolution. But we're still not changing fast enough, because it's not just the scientific community warning us now, it's mother nature. Every night on the TV news is like a nature hike through the book of revelation.

    70 percent of Florida is in drought right now. Missouri just declared an emergency with another one of these historic climate-related downpours. We have had 11 once in a 1,000 year downpours in less than ten years in the United States. So, we have to move faster.

    It's good news that the rest of the world is, it's good news that states and cities and businesses are, but we need presidential leadership. We're going to -- since he's not going to lead, the American people are stepping up.

     

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    4. Tim Kaine

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    Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) said he believed the vote count in the 2016 U.S. presidential election was "definitely" affected by the Russians when asked by CNN's Erin Burnett. Kaine, the 2016 Democratic nominee for vice president, wouldn't say that he thinks the actual tallies on voting machines were affected but said, "that is something we should certainly look at."

    "Do you think the vote count could have been affected by the Russians?" CNN's Erin Burnett asked Kaine on Monday's OutFront.

    "Oh, I definitely think so," Kaine said. "Let's just make a distinction here. I don't think anybody has suggested that the actual tallies on the machines were affected, although that's certainly something we should look at. But I haven't heard anybody suggest there's evidence that that occurred."

    "But when the combined weight of the intelligence committees say that Russia was engaging in a wide-ranging pattern of action to affect the election, to say we can determine that there was no effect, you would be foolish to say that. Especially when you add to the leaking of information the fact that they were sucking data about individuals outside of state boards of elections. Again, Erin, that is all publicly reported material that I'm giving you," Hillary Clinton's 2016 running mate said.

    "So look, they intended to affect the outcome," the Virginia Senator said. "We have to get to the bottom of everything they did, so we can protect future elections."
    Related Topics: Russia, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine, Erin Burnett, CNN

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    5. Hillary Clinton

     

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    The issue returned to prominence just days before November’s election, when then-FBI Director James Comey notified Congress about new emails being under investigation. Clinton claimed that while the story was effectively—to borrow a term from her opponent—“fake news,” it was one of the biggest contributors to her defeat, helped by media outlets that covered it “like Pearl Harbor.”

    “The overriding issue that affected the election that I had any control over—because I had no control over the Russians—was the way of the use of my email account was turned into the greatest scandal since Lord knows when,” she said. “This was the biggest nothing burger ever.”

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