He could talk about how Reagan and tip O'Neill did something siilar.
Michelle gives a tip of the hat to the Kennedy-era gardening of famed heiress Rachel "Bunny" Mellon.
A tip from Swiss authorities allowed French police to find Kostic and Ivanovic in their obscure Parisian hotel.
tip: Instant oatmeal is often processed with added sugars, salt, and colorings, so go for old-fashioned rolled oats.
The Republican debate this week is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Governor Perry.
Measure the distance across the back from tip to tip of wings.
The wattle hanging from the neck is of a light orange at the tip.
tip had been ill off and on most of the time since we left Kastamuni.
From the tip of the bill to that of the tail it measures about three and a half inches.
At the nozzle end there is a sharp turn in the piping so that the tip is very nearly at right angles to the main pipes.
"to slope, overturn," c.1300, possibly from Scandinavian, or a special use of tip (n.). Intransitive sense of "fall over" is recorded from 1520s. Related: Tipped; tipping. Tipping point attested by 1972.
"give a small present of money to," c.1600, "to give, hand, pass," originally thieves' cant, perhaps from tip (v.3) "to tap." The meaning "give a gratuity to" is first attested 1706. The noun in this sense is from 1755; the meaning "piece of confidential information" is from 1845; the verb in this sense is from 1883; tipster first recorded 1862. For urban legendary origin as an acronym, see here.
"end, point, top," early 13c., from Middle Low German or Middle Dutch tip "utmost point, extremity, tip" (cf. German zipfel, a diminutive formation); perhaps cognate with Old English tæppa "stopper" (see tap (n.)), from Proto-Germanic *tupp- "upper extremity." Tip-top is from 1702.
: our tip to him would be to behave (1845+)
(also tip off) To give useful information or advice, esp advance information that gives an advantage of some sort: The room clerk tipped him/ Who tipped Larkin off? (1749+, variant 1891+)
[origin uncertain; perhaps fr the notion of tipping, that is, tilting something in someone's direction]