"I think I'm running on common sense. I think I'm running on what's right. I don't think in terms of labels." — Donald Trump in a recent interview with The Associated Press on how some of his policy ideas, such as trade and national defense, run counter to the Republican Party.
"We need a president who will work every single day to make life better for American families. We want somebody who can protect us and work with the rest of the world. Not talk about building walls, but building bridges." — Hillary Clinton, firing a verbal shot at Donald Trump at a union training center in Louisville as Kentuckians get ready to vote in Tuesday's primary.
"It is outrageous this situation arose and a full inquiry is required to urgently find out how this happened, why it happened and who will be held accountable." — Tony Lloyd, Greater Manchester's mayor as well as the district's police and crime commissioner, after a fake bomb left behind during a security exercise led police to evacuate Manchester United's home stadium in England.