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“My sins here are embellishing my resume. I’m sorry.”


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“The answer is yes, Damar. … You’ve won the game of life.”

Dr. TIMOTHY PRITTS of the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, where Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin was rushed following his cardiac arrest during a Jan. 2 game against the Bengals. Hamlin’s first question after returning to consciousness on Jan. 4: “Did we win?”


“My sins here are embellishing my resume. I’m sorry.”

Newly elected Rep. GEORGE SANTOS, R-N.Y., who admitted to The New York Post he’d lied about his education and employment during his campaign, including a false claim that he’d graduated from Baruch College.


“They knew about this a week before the election, maybe the American people should have known that.”

U.S. Rep. JIM JORDAN, R-Ohio, on the Nov. 2 discovery of classified documents in a Washington, D.C., office of the Penn Biden Center, an institute President Joe Biden started after serving as vice president.


“It didn’t matter how busy it was. A V.I.P. was coming, and we had to drop everything.”

Dr. UCHÉ BLACKSTOCK, who worked in the NYU Langone hospital emergency room from 2010 to 2019. The New York Times reported the Langone ER gave preferential treatment to donors, politicians, and other prominent patients in recent years.

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