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“This brutal, unilateral, and unpredictable decision reminds me a lot of what Mr. Trump used to do. … This isn’t done between allies.”

French Foreign Minister JEAN-YVES LE DRIAN, speaking to France Info radio about the Biden administration’s new defense pact with the United Kingdom to build nuclear-powered submarines for Australia. As a result, Canberra scrapped a $60 billion submarine deal with France.

“I wanted to become a doctor! And that dream has vanished. I don’t think they would let us go back to school.”

A 16-year-old SCHOOLGIRL from Kabul, Afghanistan, commenting on the Taliban’s exclusion of girls from Afghan secondary schools.

“You’d think you’d kind of know before you off someone with a Predator drone.”

Sen. RAND PAUL, R-Ky., after Secretary of State Antony Blinken admitted during a Senate hearing that he didn’t know whether a U.S. drone strike in Afghanistan on Aug. 29 had mistakenly killed an aid worker instead of an ISIS-K terrorist. Military officials later admitted the strike had wrongly killed the aid worker and nine members of his family, including seven children.

“I have never refused the Eucharist to anyone.”

POPE FRANCIS, speaking to reporters on Sept. 15 about whether bishops should refuse the Lord’s Supper to politicians who support practices the Roman Catholic Church deems sinful. Some U.S. bishops argue President Joe Biden, who is Catholic, should not be allowed to partake due to his support of abortion.

“I don’t know this country anymore.”

Haitian NICODEME VYLES, speaking to a New York Times reporter in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, where the United States deported him and around 300 other Haitians on Sept. 19. The deportations began after 12,000 Haitians crossed the border to Del Rio, Texas. Vyles, 45, had lived in Panama since 2003.

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