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"Ms. Johnson, bring in your steno pad. Also, a new keg."
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'Remember that teamwork means that everyone does what I say.'
'I had to get rid of the dog... He was expressing independent thought!'
"Dear Jean: Confirming our phone conversation of earlier today, I no longer love you, and want a divorce."
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"Sincerely, the friendly folks at Amtex International."
"Agree to disagree? That's a sorry waste of executive power."
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"...We remain, sincerely yours...."
"Mr. S. Claus, North Pole. Dear Santa:"
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'Okay, now...while holding down the commandment key, type in the number ten.'
'I'm going to free associate for an hour, and I want you to turn it into a coherent strategy.'
"Close with yours truly, Phil, and coudl you sprinkle a few appropriate emoticons around?"
Trump uses the Capitol Building as a toilet and the Constitution as toilet paper.
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"Please pay attention, as the ethics have changed."
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'Take a letter Miss Davis.'
"Blah blah-blah, duh blah diddily uumph...Read that back to me please, Stephanie."
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'In conclusion, it is mission-critical that we strategically focus on a go-forward plan that is both pro active and goal-centric. Love, Bob.'
"Read that back to me."
"Ms. Sweeney, take a letter, a memo, an email, a tweet, a text, never mind...I forgot what I was going to say."
'Make sure that when you type this up, you leave the 'caps lock' button on.'
"Wow, that was the longest letter I've ever taken down."
"Yours faithfully....P.S. Please excuse spelling and punctuation."
"I didn't get all that stuff after 'Dear Sir'."
"Oh, no, you didn't catch me at a bad time. I was just sitting around taking some letters."