Leaving the office can be difficult.
Bits are fun.
"I suddenly feel you have something for me."
Not impressed, kid. Little short on the landing.
Bouncing off cars ain't no big thing to this guy.
There are the existence of emails. They are probably nothing. (Edit: They may not even be Hillary's emails.) But if the mere existence of the emails is leaked before the FBI says anything, the FBI looks bad. So they went ahead and got ahead of the story and any potential leak by simply sending a letter to Congress. And all they are saying is: We are going to look at the new emails. To call it "re-opening the case" is a reach.FBI REOPENS CASE INTO HILLARY EMAILS... https://t.co/VLHvXikL4O— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) October 28, 2016
BREAKING: US official: Newly discovered emails related to Clinton investigation did not come from her private server.— The Associated Press (@AP) October 28, 2016
WaPo changed its headline from "reopens investigation" to "takes new investigative steps."— James Oliphant (@jamesoliphant) October 28, 2016
The best Baylor Vines: Dead kickers and messing with Craig Sager's hair https://t.co/WLy7QPAfpq https://t.co/E7H3x4BKz8— Adam Grosbard (@AdamGrosbard) October 27, 2016
USA Today updated their head coach salary database for 2016: https://t.co/kR2AVDkfs7 pic.twitter.com/ihZRKDx1OV— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) October 26, 2016
Only in Texas: This Lubbock jeweler is offering a free gun with an engagement ring purchase https://t.co/dWEmKhRFgk pic.twitter.com/qPFmdKGUJv— Dallas Morning News (@dallasnews) October 25, 2016
When you roll in video of Richard Simmons' dance studio and a candlelight vigil for a person who died instead of Dodgers highlights. pic.twitter.com/DdpELbPxYe— ABC7Error (@abc7error) October 24, 2016