There are different ways to say the same thing. Some say what they want in direct inartful ways.
Others are more articulate, more nuanced, more tactful in what they say even as they convey the very same message in what they say.
“I’d say to anybody who questions what a wonderful inheritance we have in our courts and the rule of law in this country, go spend six weeks in a court in another country of your choice and come back and tell me what you think about our courts in this country.”
“I’ve got great confidence in America,”
“And I say to those who don’t, ‘Look elsewhere, where else would you rather be?”
–if you’re not happy here you can leave. That is what I say all of the time. That’s what I said in a Tweet which I guess some people think is controversial, a lot of people love it by the way. A lot of people love it but if you are not happy in the U.S. if you are complaining all of the time very simply you can leave. You can leave right now. Come back if you want, don’t come back, that’s okay, too. But if you are not happy you can leave.