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Quotation du Jour, or: The DTs To Do Europe, 17 May 2017

From the Huffingtion Post, 17 May 2017, by Steve Holland and Jeff Mason (Reuters)

One Republican official, who requested anonymity in order to speak freely, said after meeting Trump recently he did not think the president had a firm enough grasp on the nuances of the long-running Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

“I don’t think he understands it,” said the official, adding that Trump needed more detailed briefings before leaving on Friday. “I think it’s a very difficult challenge and I hope he’s going to talk to a lot of smart people.”

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“Jesus’ own life begins as a refugee to Africa as a part of state-sponsored killing. We recognize that the situation is casted as political… but we also know that it’s also moral and ethical, and, for us, deeply a matter of faith.”

— Jeania Ree V. Moore, Director of Civil and Human Rights at the United Methodist Church’s General Board of Church and Society, on deportations under first Obama and now Trump