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Who Said it: Benedict Arnold, Judas Iscariot, or Paul Manafort?

Paul Manafort says Benedict Arnold was not that bad.

We’re back again with another game of Who Said It. In this edition, you determine whether it was Benedict Arnold, Judas Iscariot, or Paul Manafort who said the quote above their letters. Which traitor will take the crown? Who will be the real Machiavelli? Let the games begin!

 

1. “Loyalty is relative.”

A) Benedict Arnold

B) Paul Manafort

C) Judas Iscariot

 

2. “Let me die in the old uniform in which I fought my battles for freedom, May God forgive me for putting on another.”

A) Benedict Arnold

B) Judas Iscariot

C) Paul Manafort

 

3. “The role that I played in Ukraine ended up resulting in Ukraine becoming part of the European community.”

A) Benedict Arnold

B) Judas Iscariot

C) Paul Manafort

 

4. “What do you think would be my fate if my misguided countrymen were to take me prisoner?”

A) Paul Manafort

B) Judas Iscariot

C) Benedict Arnold

 

5. “I saw myself as the twelve disciples were stoning me.”

A) Benedict Arnold

B) Paul Manafort

C) Judas Iscariot

 

6. “I’ve never dealt with the Russian government, I’ve never had a relationship with the Russian government.”

A) Judas Iscariot

B) Paul Manafort

C) Benedict Arnold

 

7. “The citizen comes first. Country is to provide for the individuals within it.”

A) Judas Iscariot

B) Benedict Arnold

C) Paul Manafort

 

8. “Strength, intelligence, speed, cunning — loyalty does not belong with this grouping of necessities for your survival.”

A) Benedict Arnold

B) Judas Iscariot

C) Paul Manafort

ANSWERS:

1. Trick question…just pretty sure they all thought like that. 2. A 3. C 4. C 5. C 6. B 7. I’m kind of paraphrasing here. 8. All of them for sure at least thought this.  

 

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