Merkel said: "I firmly distance myself from
(the attacks) and I feel solidarity with" the four US congresswomen." "The strength of America lies in that people from different (origins) contributed to what makes the country great," she said.
Evening Standard editor Osborne said: "If I were the Metropolitan Police Commissioner and I wanted to maintain my credibility and the credibility of my force, I would distance myself from
this very stupid and ill-advised statement."
I would quickly distance myself from
this very stupid and ill-advised statement from a junior officer who doesn't appear to understand much about press freedom."
"I tried to distance myself from
the But apparently, I said it's time that I talk.
I'm very proud of my dad so it would be foolish and ignorant to distance myself from
'Although I have a deep respect for Samina Peerzada and love her a lot, I want to publicly distance myself from
the heinously racist and demoralizing brand, Fair and Lovely,' Nadia wrote on her official Facebook page.
As a member of the Presidency, I have to distance myself from
this servile and unworthy behavior.
I was influenced by the closed mentality of my fellow students, and I started to distance myself from
"For reasons of conscience, I want to distance myself from
the statements made by the chairman, the spokesman, and the party, because I am totally opposed," Clerides said.
"I distance myself from
people because in the end, they're only going to leave.
In Kenya, I would also powerfully and publicly distance myself from
all gender, all racial, all religious and all ethno-tribal bigots and pinheads.
"I will distance myself from
politics because I just came today purposely to grieve with the family of the late Kipchoim, but I will still be back to tell you my 2022 agenda," he said.
Maybe wisdom comes with age, but after cleaning a zillion firearms with scores of products, I've been trying to distance myself from
skin contact with the witches' brews I swab down those dirty bores.
"I've found that I have to slowly distance myself from
that teacher-pupil relationship and see him as an equal," explained the Dillane, who plays Nick Clark on "Fear the Walking Dead." "Whenever I watch him, I am amazed at how brilliant he is, and it makes me doubt myself.
'I couldn't distance myself from
it anymore,' she said.