— NBC News (@NBCNews) April 18, 2018
Trump said his administration is negotiating “very diligently” to get three remaining Americans detained in North Korea released. Suggests there’s a good chance it will happen.
— David Nakamura (@DavidNakamura) April 18, 2018
Trump hails Pompeo-Kim meeting, says North Korea summit plans advancing https://t.co/BIZ6Lwrsf3
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) April 18, 2018
I’m skeptical but open-minded about the wisdom of Pompeo going to North Korea. But Trump’s claim that “a good relationship was formed” makes us look silly and credulous. https://t.co/Ul85KYx8ZG
— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) April 18, 2018
Many experts have criticized Trump's decision to meet with Kim and are predicting that the summit will be a failure. But I see a real possibility of a win for Team USA. My latest in @politicomag: https://t.co/dxmshxxYwF
— Graham Allison (@GrahamTAllison) April 18, 2018
Trump: South Korea's president said if it weren't for Donald Trump, the Olympics would have been a total failure. "It was my involvement and the involvement of our great country that made the Olympics a very successful Olympics." pic.twitter.com/1kjhicstmd
— Axios (@axios) April 18, 2018
Nigel Farage has revealed on LBC he is to campaign for Donald Trump to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize over his handling of North Korea https://t.co/8hP0SeDDsv
— LBC (@LBC) April 18, 2018
Trump begins his statement by expressing condolences to the Bushes. Calls Barbara a "wonderful, wonderful person," hails her strength, toughness, warmth, patriotism, faith.
— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) April 18, 2018
ELSEWHERE IN TRUMPWORLD
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) April 18, 2018
Trump implies, but does not say, that he won't fire Rosenstein or seek to oust Mueller.
Also says "no collusion" or a variant of it 5 times by my count in his reply.
— Niall Stanage (@NiallStanage) April 18, 2018
"Russia, if you're listening…" https://t.co/33s9oKXPdo
secret or illegal cooperation or conspiracy, especially in order to cheat or deceive others. https://t.co/OdQ0fYS65p
— Ryan Adams (@TheRyanAdams) April 18, 2018
— The Hill (@thehill) April 18, 2018
Trump also said that nobody has been more transparent than he has while answering a question about the Russia investigation. This morning he said he didn’t fire James Comey because of the Russia investigation, despite saying a year ago that he did.
— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) April 18, 2018
Trump's scandals are a distraction from Trump's other scandals.
— Windsor Mann (@WindsorMann) April 18, 2018
“Republicans have permanently eliminated themselves from credibility to govern,” says Jennifer Rubin https://t.co/KtkkJmoS1j
— POLITICO Magazine (@POLITICOMag) April 18, 2018
Finally today, the #whexit update! Our late edition, Scott Pruitt is moving up the charts and now has taken the lead as next to be shown the door (according the the American public). Perennial front runner Jeff Sessions falls to second. pic.twitter.com/BB1mbfY3dI
— Chris Jackson (@jcbjackson) April 18, 2018
BATSHIT BREXIT BRITAIN (AND NORN IRON)
Crushing Government defeat on Customs Union in Lords may be the beginning of the end of Brexit. Will probably be upheld in the Commons next month, with Tory rebels. Then we move on to Single Market & People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal #stopbrexit
— Andrew Adonis (@Andrew_Adonis) April 18, 2018
We must avoid a post-Brexit bureaucratic nightmare for EU citizens. We need full guarantees in the light of the #Windrush scandal. The EP will discuss this with the Home Office in Brussels on Tuesday 24 April.
— Guy Verhofstadt (@guyverhofstadt) April 18, 2018
Jamaican PM and Labour MP call for Windrush compensation https://t.co/o9cERyPS10
— The Guardian (@guardian) April 18, 2018
Looks like Theresa May has misled Parliament, which will now prolong a negative story. For the sake of trying to score a point at PMQs, she’s made a terrible situation even worse for herself https://t.co/AnVhDbgowj
— Matt Zarb-Cousin (@mattzarb) April 18, 2018
David Cameron says he doesn't regret EU referendumhttps://t.co/8vNyzNEpPo
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) April 18, 2018
— LittleGravitas 🇪🇺 – #FBPE (@LittleGravitas) April 18, 2018
— Ian Dunt (@IanDunt) April 18, 2018
Arlene Foster admits that when she signed a declaration saying that the RHI scheme represented a good use of taxpayers' money she did not know how much it would cost – but denies that represented a "blank cheque" or that she made any mistake at that time.https://t.co/wJy1ozN24R
— Sam McBride (@SJAMcBride) April 18, 2018
The RHI enquiry has narrowed down the period where Arlene doesn't recall things. It appears to be from July 1690 to December 2016.
— alt-DUP (@dup_online) April 18, 2018
It’s a bit hard to take the DUP seriously when they are complaining about the abuse their female political representatives get on social media when you know they used to ‘Moo’ at the Women’s Coalition when they were speaking #IntroducingTheDUP pic.twitter.com/nkJpj8cNNf
— Danny Donnelly (@DannyDonnelly1) April 18, 2018