Rachel Maddow

“The answer for why MSNBC’s growth has exploded is because it is the only network that doesn’t cater to Donald Trump. CNN became Trump television during the campaign, and Fox News is the de facto state-run television network of the Trump administration…”
Politics USA, in an article reporting that lesbian host Rachel Maddow now has the #1 watched show on cable news, ousting long-time ratings leader Bill O’Reilly.

“Master negotiator. Yeah. Right.”
Richard R., Wilton Manors

“Touring isn’t something I’m good at; applause makes me feel a bit vulnerable. I don’t know if I will ever tour again. The only reason I’ve toured is you… My greatest accomplishment in my career is this tour.”
Grammy-winning singer Adele, currently on a record-breaking tour, speaking to fans in Auckland, New Zealand.

“Marijuana is here and it is popular. We can all agree that someone is going to sell it. And therefore, our industry is the answer. Who do you want selling this product? Do you want transparent, regulated, legally compliant companies that don’t allow anyone under the age of 21 into their store? Who test all their products? Who work with their regulators and work with their state, and pay their taxes? Or do you want drug cartels that don’t test their product and will sell to anyone? Someone is going to sell this. It’s a binary choice: Do you want drug dealers to sell or do you want regulated businesses?”
Neal Levine, board member of the National Cannabis Industry Association and chairman of a new group called the New Federalism Fund (NFF).

“He should stop saying things that aren’t true, that are distractions from the task at hand…”
Unsuccessful 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush, speaking about President Donald Trump, in an interview with South Florida’s WFOR-CBS.

“I am not just a sexual vessel waiting to be filled.”
Porn star Kayden Gray, complaining on Twitter the degree to which his fans objectify him.

“It’s incredibly dangerous and unprecedented that Trump is calling the media ‘the enemy of the people,’ and it’s important for us not to be intimidated by it, and not to back off in any way. I think it’s our responsibility in the media to hold those in power accountable, and that’s what we’ll continue to do.”
Jeff Zucker, president of CNN