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A compilation of quotations on a variety of issues by national, state and regional writers, well-known personalities, just plain everyday people and from various publications collected by the editors of THE ADVANCE.

Quotes for our Times:

Byron York, chief political correspondent for The Washington Examiner: Groupthink chorus emerges at Trump trial.

In the case of the current Trump trial and its attendant TV talkathon, the participants are doing precisely what the earlier Russia-Trump collusion groupthink chorus did — trying to convince millions of viewers and readers that Trump is guilty of a serious crime when, in fact, the evidence against him is flimsy and the case against him is illconceived. And it does not matter whether Trump loses or wins the Manhattan trial — the groupthinkers will just move on to the next case.

Matt Vespa, Senior Editor at Townhall. com: Biden can't capitalize on his supposed 'superpower' for 2024.

With inflation remaining high and the Biden team’s gross arrogance about how it was transitory, all that signals is that they don’t care about working families, who rightly consider such price increases a tax hike.

Gregg Jarrett, Fox News legal analyst and commentator who formerly worked as a defense attorney and adjunct law professor: Trump Trial Day Two: The mysterious 'other crime' that is not.

Manhattan District Attorney Bragg has managed to bring a politically motivated case against Trump by contorting the law beyond all recognition. …

Even the liberal New York Times has published several articles casting doubt on Bragg’s daffy legal theories. On Tuesday, it ran a blistering column written by Jed Handelsman Shugerman, a distinguished law professor at Boston University, entitled, 'I Thought the Bragg Case Against Trump Was a Legal Embarrassment. Now I Think It’s a Historic Mistake.'

I couldn’t agree more. Liz Peek, Fox News contributor: Democrats want to mine Trump's legal battles for a 2024 win but they didn't count on one big thing.

Both James and Bragg campaigned on bringing down Trump, and they are trying their darndest to live up to that promise. Both have brought cases that outside of New York would likely be laughed out of court. But here we are, in Manhattan, a district where Republicans are as rare as unicorns, with Trump, the GOP nominee for president, stuck in a courtroom for six weeks.

Meanwhile, President Biden is out on the campaign trail taking every opportunity to trash talk his opponent. Biden, whose approval ratings confirm his standing as the worst president in modern times, and who demanded that his Attorney General Merrick Garland do everything possible to lock Trump up.

Most beneficial to Joe Biden is that in coming weeks the spotlight will be on a Manhattan courtroom instead of the calamity he has created at the southern border and the damage his reckless spending has caused our economy.

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