— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) April 16, 2018
As Hannity was attacking the raid on Cohen's office last week, he had an obligation to disclose his own vested interest — that he, along with Trump, was one of Cohen's clients. (One of his three clients, to be precise.) https://t.co/6CSSMXzZkO https://t.co/ymY5pE9nip
— Margaret Sullivan (@Sulliview) April 16, 2018
Sean Hannity is a wealthy man who can afford any attorney he wants. Michael Cohen is a terrible attorney, because he’s really a fixer instead. Hannity knew that. No way in hell was Hannity using Cohen for legitimate legal advice. Whatever it was about, it’s going to be ugly 😁
— Palmer Report (@PalmerReport) April 16, 2018
Fox has serious questions to answer about why Hannity was allowed to rant on the Cohen raid without disclosing this. Did they not know?https://t.co/Ku3H3hdjGx
— andrew kaczynski🤔 (@KFILE) April 16, 2018
— Donie O'Sullivan (@donie) April 16, 2018
Savor the bone-dry wit of the Bloomberg terminal's Hannity live blog ("Hannity's Journalism") pic.twitter.com/lXtryjUnEO
— Joshua Green (@JoshuaGreen) April 16, 2018
Sean Hannity, to an enchanted fortune telling machine, April 2017: "By this time next year, I want the word 'Pulitzer' next to my name." pic.twitter.com/bH0ONLM12l
— michael cohen’s mystery client (@morninggloria) April 16, 2018
The Sean Hannity radio show just started. There's SILENCE.
— Zack Ford (@ZackFord) April 16, 2018
— The Hill (@thehill) April 16, 2018
The highest levels of GOP leadership lined up behind the senate campaign of a bigoted theocrat, who was accused of beind a child molester. And no one's paid any reputational price for it.
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) April 16, 2018
Trump puts stop to plan for additional economic sanctions on Russia, walking back remarks made a day earlier by Nikki Haley https://t.co/2iX5MhkI2I
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) April 16, 2018
— NYT Politics (@nytpolitics) April 16, 2018
The number of asylum applications received by Canada in 2017 is the highest since the country’s Immigration and Refugee Board was created in 1989. https://t.co/BCx7iTrePQ
— Pew Research Center (@pewresearch) April 16, 2018
Congrats to @nytimes and @NewYorker for winning the #PulitzerPrize for public service for their coverage of the sexual abuse of women in Hollywood and other industries around the world. https://t.co/AnzVXw4DPk
— Poynter (@Poynter) April 16, 2018
This Sean Hannity story is really only the second most humiliating of the day for Fox News.
Number one is the NY Times winning a Pulitzer in part for piercing the network's web of lies and exposing Bill O'Reilly, leading to his termination. https://t.co/IoXVmg5bEb
— Matthew Gertz (@MattGertz) April 16, 2018
— Kristen Hare (@kristenhare) April 16, 2018
BATSHIT BREXIT BRITAIN (AND NORN IRON)
— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) April 16, 2018
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) April 16, 2018
We are leaving Single Market – but have no new regulatory agencies.
We are leaving Customs Union – but have no customs infrastructure and no new trade deals.
We are "taking back control" of borders – but "deport in error".
We are to Brexit – but do not know what we are doing.
— David Allen Green (@davidallengreen) April 16, 2018
Does Wigmore change his story every time he is interviewed? Compare this latest Guardian article to the FT pic.twitter.com/RcFZrCsn62
— Carl Deaker (@cdeaker) April 16, 2018
DUP Special Adviser Dr Andrew Crawford's evidence to the RHI Inquiry today is really extraordinary. https://t.co/DnaxmmOjCi
— William Crawley (@williamcrawley) April 16, 2018
Andrew Crawford's evidence about never, in a decade at the heart of Stormont, seeing minutes of a meeting is staggering. Even at the lowest tier of government – councils (where Foster started) – minutes of the last meeting are the first (and often contested) item of business.
— Sam McBride (@SJAMcBride) April 16, 2018
Appreciate the support from across the political spectrum. Disagree politically, and we often do, but abuse of anyone on appearance is wrong and never justifiable. https://t.co/ejuLqvDTXL
— Carla Lockhart (@carlalockhart) April 16, 2018
Sinn Fein vote share in NI elections over the past decade:
Irish GE2011: 9.9%
Irish GE2016: 13.8%
AE2017: 27.9% (1 seat behind the DUP, the largest party) https://t.co/IEXVsmaEWj
— Brendan Harkin | Breandán Ó hEarcáin (@brendanjharkin) April 16, 2018
— Stormont Tweets (@stormontweets) April 16, 2018
“It gets me every time.” That’s how @colin_davidson summed up his reaction after watching the premiere of 'Hear My Voice' at the Belfast Film Festival. @jamiepow reviews this powerful film featuring portraits of victims & survivors of the Troubles: https://t.co/Y11Bqjbc77 pic.twitter.com/xiLjTYOiqO
— Northern Slant (@NorthernSlant) April 16, 2018
Finally… Happy Centenary to Spike Milligan, the man who, literally, wrote the book on the Irish Border…