“A public figure cannot control what people say in open meetings,” his statement read.
Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich released a statement praising local law enforcement and asking for prayers for the injured.
The result: Let the National Institute on Drug Abuse explain, in a statement released just today.
Taken out of context, the statement offended small-business owners everywhere—many calling it “insulting” and “rude.”
The diehards of Al-Ahly, the team that lost on Wednesday night, even went so far as to issue a statement promising as much.
I didn't have a chance to look at that statement you had this morning.
This story was told me by a Frenchman here, but I cannot vouch for the truth of the statement.
Can any of your readers inform me whether this statement is correct?
You don't suppose I would make a statement like that unless I know it to be true?
There is a portion of truth in this statement of the matter, and in the grounds assigned for it.
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