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1. ” I think they’re cooking the books on this. People want to know the answers to that. They also want to know once all of this is said and done, what kind of insurance will those people actually have? Will they be able to keep the doctors that they want? How much more is it going to cost them? And we know that some of the best cancer hospitals in the country want very little to do with people that actually buy this insurance on the ObamaCare exchanges.”

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, tells Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx to be cautious about the evolution of small, unmanned drone aircraft and the threat to Americans’ privacy, at a Senate Transportation subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, March 13, 2014. A dispute between the CIA and Sen. Feinstein flared into public view this week when, in an extraordinary floor speech, she accused the CIA of improperly searching a computer network the spy agency had set up for lawmakers investigating the George W. Bush-era interrogation program for suspected terrorists. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

2. “We had no incentive to do anything other than to get to the truth, and I have to say this, for the skeptics out there, there are some who have a visceral reaction to this bridge controversy. Reminds me of the movie line, ‘They can’t handle the truth.’ We believe we got to the truth.”

3. “I think Putin wants to pocket the Crimean victory.”

4. “I have seen that intelligence. There is no question there is a 40,000-plus [Russian] troops, that they are staged in various areas.”

5. “[Putin] is absolutely not looking for a way out.”

 

 

Answers are: 1. Here, 2. here, 3. here, 4. here and 5. here

 

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