I hope you know
I appreciate what you've done for my family,
with the foundation, taking us under your wing.
Which is why I...
I think you should see this.
It's Conrad with Governor Stoddard's wife.
And it certainly didn't look like
the first time he'd met with her.
Why are you showing me this?
Why not just approach my husband?
I'm just trying to protect the campaign,
and no one has a better chance of getting through to Conrad than you.
That photo has the power to derail him.
I don't mean to imply anything, but--
Don't worry, Jack.
My husband does a fine job of implicating himself.
I'll handle this.
They say politics makes for strange bedfellows.
And folks tend to jump to conclusions
when they see two people who are supposed to be enemies
acting like friends.
The opposite of you and Emily Thorne.
1.get through 做完
例句：I think you will get through.
2.mean to 意指
例句：I'm sorry I hurt you: I didn't mean to.
3.tend to 倾向
例句；I tend to think that she is right.