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“I don’t know if we’ll ever see eye to eye on that day.”

Former Vice President MIKE PENCE, commenting on his conversations with former President Donald Trump about the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. Pence made the remark during a June 4 speech at a Republican fundraiser in New Hampshire.

“I was very disappointed that someone would choose to censor my speech.”

Retired Army Lt. Col. BARNARD KEMTER after Hudson American Legion Auxiliary organizers cut off his microphone in the middle of his Memorial Day speech in Hudson, Ohio, as he spoke of the role freed black slaves played in the origins of Memorial Day. Kemter continued his speech off mic. The Ohio American Legion said it was investigating the incident.

“My attacker—I prayed for him, because I felt he needed prayers.”

VILMA KARI, 65, a Filipina American recovering from a broken pelvis and head injuries suffered when a pedestrian randomly attacked her while she walked to church in New York City on March 29. The attack was among a spate of recent assaults targeting Asian Americans. She told Good Morning America she had not yet recovered mentally and emotionally.

“A rule that’s written down and not enforced is not a rule.”

Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher and 2020 Cy Young Award–winner TREVOR BAUER on Major League Baseball’s rules prohibiting pitchers’ use of foreign substances to manipulate baseballs. Baseball writers, citing advanced analytics, have questioned whether Bauer has used foreign substances since 2020, though he has denied it.

“I hope I make it to 100 so we can have five years together.”

JOY MORROW-NULTON, 95, who married John Shults Jr., also 95, on May 22. The New York residents both had been widowed twice before Morrow-Nulton’s son introduced them in 2019, according to The New York Times. “Nobody starts life at 95,” Morrow-Nulton said. “But we did.”


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