Tuesday, June 28
"I personally know I have work to do on this front. A lot of people tell pollsters they don't trust me. You can't just talk someone into trusting you, you've got to earn it." — Hillary Clinton in a speech to the Rainbow PUSH Coalition in Chicago about how her trustworthiness has dogged her for more than a quarter century.
"When you get major news like this that is unexpected, as the 'Brexit' vote was, it often takes about five trading days to kind of work through the system." — JJ Kinahan, chief strategist at TD Ameritrade, as investor jitters over the economic fallout of Britain's vote to leave the European Union sent U.S. stocks sharply lower for a second straight session.
"Just because of one referendum ... it's coming out like woodworms." — Julie Sauter Daoud, a French-German national who has lived in Britain most of her life, on the surge of xenophobia since the vote to leave the European Union.