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It was highly impolitic however to throw a hint about their ethnicity as no charge has yet been established against them.
Even as they deliver a jolt of energy, the freshman Furies, as they have been dubbed, are inclined to do and say impolitic things that give their colleagues agita.
The episode of Hasan Minhaj's Patriot Act, which included impolitic remarks about the Saudi crown prince, remains available to Netflix subscribers elsewhere.
Trump has shown what even one man who dares speak impolitic truths can accomplish.
But the utterance, provocative and impolitic though it was, was merely true to type.
In 633 words, punctuated by eight exclamation points and written in an impolitic style that sounded like Mr.
One of the value propositions of a Trump presidency is that the chief executive and his various helpers will say exactly what's on their minds, regardless of how impolitic or contradictory or flat-out nonsensical their thoughts might be.
Pernia might have been impolitic when he fretted publicly that a quick shift to federalism could 'wreak havoc' on the infrastructure program.
"At no time has Mr Weinstein been charged with any crime and it is wrong and irresponsible to conflate clams of impolitic behaviour or consensual sexual contact later regretted, with an untrue claim of criminal conduct.
Add to this the fact that she has been impolitic, as an insider tells it, refusing to play ball as she went about reforming the judiciary to speed up cases and deliver justice.
Construction materials producers should find any impolitic stunts from the White House a small price for industry tailwinds attributable to tax reform, plausible infrastructure investment strategies and a taming of federal agencies.
From most commentators, the response has been an eye-rolling dismissal of Trump's tweet as"juvenile" - yet one more impulsive, impolitic, dangerous and unpresidential act by a president like no other.
I think it would be impolitic to intrude on PTI chief Imran Khan at this moment of grief.
A compelling but warts-and-all picture of the Indiana general emerges, one not only of an energetic, intelligent, self-educated citizen-soldier but also of a man who admittedly thirsted for glory and renown and whose often impolitic remarks damaged his relationships with fellow generals.
Earlier this month, he retweeted to his millions of followers unverified videos originating from the extreme right-wing Britain First group showing purported Muslims assaulting a range of apparently white individuals -- an action impolitic enough to earn a public reprimand from British Prime Minister Theresa May.