Quotation by Calvin Coolidge

There is no reason for any suggestion that Mr. Hughes would resign, nor is there any reason for the suggestion that Mr. Mellon would resign, if either of them did not get exactly what they wanted from Congress; and I am not going to resign because I don't get what I want.
Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933), U.S. president. Press conference (May 24, 1924).

Charles Evans Hughes was Secretary of State, and Andrew W. Mellon was Secretary of the Treasury.
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