The most memorable political gaffes of 2018

The most memorable political gaffes of 2018
Cory Booker, crusader (Image: YouTube screen grab via CNN)

[Ed. – Feel free to recall your personal favorite in the comments section.]

Warren makes it worse

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., thought she was going to finally clear the air about her Native-American heritage — and answer allegations of exaggerating it to get ahead — when she released her DNA test results.

It didn’t work out that way.

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‘Truth isn’t truth’ 

Rudy Giuliani, the former New York City mayor and current Trump attorney, unintentionally coined a phrase when he declared “Truth isn’t truth” during an August appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”  Giuliani was responding to moderator Chuck Todd’s statement that “truth is truth” during an interview about whether a Trump sit-down with Special Counsel Robert Mueller could be a “perjury trap.”


Booker’s ‘Spartacus’ moment

Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., another senator thought to be eyeing a possible 2020 presidential bid, drew mockery for comments during the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh later ran into serious problems of his own after sexual misconduct allegations surfaced — but during the original hearing, Booker took some hits for a cringe-worthy comparison of himself to the famed Roman-era slave revolt leader Spartacus.

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