REID: “The reviews are in. And Congressman Nunes’ memo was a dud. … The Nunes memo is a dud. … Let’s start with Sean Hannity, not to be undeterred by this sort of dud factor of the memo.”
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WINE-BANKS: “That this memo was a complete dud. It over-promised and under-delivered.”

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PEREZ: “I mean, it’s — it’s pretty much a dud. … I got to tell you though, I mean, it’s kind of a dud. It doesn’t really deliver.”

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MELBER: “I prefer really big revealing documents to really narrow duds. This looks like a dud. … I could tell you from reading this memo and consulting with the wide range of experts, it’s a dud. … This memo is a dud. … Nothing, a dud. … But it is nothing, a nothing burger.”
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PSAKI: “And less interesting about this memo is what, what is in it. It’s pretty much a nothing burger.
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UNKNOWN MALE: “A nothing burger.”
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MELBER: “Quote, ‘dishonest, misleading, partisan nothing burger.”
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UNKNOWN MALE: “The only thing — and I fear from this memo, because I think it’s really been a huge dud.”
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SCHIFF: “Some of the GOP, Tea Party members run out there saying that this is the most vile thing that ever seen, and it’s a big dud. … It’s a dud.”

SHAUB: “And fortunately it fell flat yesterday. Much, I think, to disagreeing of the president. This memo was a complete dud.”
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UNKNOWN MALE: “Everybody knows it was kind of a dud, even the people in the Republican Party who thought that we’re going to start some big trial balloon here. Nothing changed. It’s almost an embarrassment.”