Trump is an incorrigible gossip, but when he wants to keep a secret, he can. Witness Haley, who had made clear to him days ago she was going to leave https://t.co/VNSaomobJI
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) October 9, 2018
Nikki Haley praises the Trump administration's foreign policy in the past two years, saying that "now, the United States is respected. Countries may not like what we do, but they respect what we do." https://t.co/IQohVGFkfN pic.twitter.com/JXcP9103px
— ABC News (@ABC) October 9, 2018
Haley's resignation letter is dated Oct 3, so before allegation of use of a private jet by CREW, and the day after Trump mocked Dr. Ford at a rally.
The other shoe still to drop on this one.
— Amy Siskind (@Amy_Siskind) October 9, 2018
Haley was concerned about jumping ship after midterms should GOP lose House, I'm told. She did not want to look like she's abandoning Trump, when he's on the ropes. But she also didn't want to leave in middle of SCOTUS fight. Private sector may be next. Talk of SC Senate brewing.
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) October 9, 2018
NEW: As Trump’s top team grows less diverse, some South Asian diversity advocates criticized Nikki Haley’s record, saying she did little to temper Trump’s hostile rhetoric and exclusionary policies against minority groups, immigrants and refugees. https://t.co/XG9XqwW8LR
— David Nakamura (@DavidNakamura) October 9, 2018
Nikki Haley's departure severs a vital lifeline between Trump and principled conservatives, writes @NoahCRothman.
Here's why the consequences of her exit could be profound: https://t.co/9yM1eKV9lu
— NBC News THINK (@NBCNewsTHINK) October 9, 2018
Tonight’s episode of President Trump just jumped the shark ! pic.twitter.com/YgCzntbxtl
— Danny Donnelly (@DannyDonnelly1) October 9, 2018
Because… it would be nepotism. https://t.co/H51duuFd5t
— Daniel W. Drezner (@dandrezner) October 9, 2018
Does Trump think that Dr. Ford is evil? https://t.co/5mGXpGDL2t
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) October 9, 2018
— Gretchen Peters (@gretchenpeters) October 9, 2018
— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) October 9, 2018
— Our Future, Our Choice (@OFOCBrexit) October 9, 2018
#TheresaMay and Dominic Raab keep demanding “frictionless trade” with the EU after #Brexit
But they want to leave the #customsunion and the #singlemarket – the very tools that enable frictionless trade!
— Richard Corbett (@RCorbettMEP) October 9, 2018
Quite right, Arlene Foster! Northern Ireland cannot be treated differently from the rest of the UK! It’s a red line*!
*except for abortion rights, gay rights, employment law, electoral funding etc etc https://t.co/EzH99lLGVt
— David Schneider (@davidschneider) October 9, 2018
"It might not be apparent from listening to Mrs Foster, but many [NI] businesses can even see a potential upside to a world where they get the benefit of a mutual recognition of EU standards and market authorisations – and rest of the UK does not"
— David Phinnemore (@DPhinnemore) October 9, 2018
"Dancing on the #Brexit Cliff Edge" – my attempt to make sense of all the noise around the Brexit negotiations, Northern Ireland, Westminster politics and the mid-term scenarios is now online:https://t.co/8ApdFwCxKR pic.twitter.com/mJExiYRwCw
— Nicolai von Ondarza (@NvOndarza) October 9, 2018
Hillary Clinton says she cannot understand why the press and political establishment are “so reluctant to call out what the Russians have been doing” https://t.co/zEErXFrcX2
— The New European (@TheNewEuropean) October 9, 2018
Hats off to Steve Coogan, Patrick Kielty, Ian McEwan, Alastair Campbell, Eddie Izzard, Sir Patrick Stewart and Delia Smith who are on the list of sponsors to help pay for protesters to travel to London for the anti-Brexit #PeopleVoteMarch on October 20th.https://t.co/xaisBP7SSp
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) October 9, 2018
Post-Brexit UK GDP forecast finally revealed. pic.twitter.com/vZFcw1DcfW
— Pundamentalism (@Pundamentalism) October 9, 2018
The Royal with no Royal Duties, Eugenie, is already presenting taxpayers with a £2 million bill for her wedding, but you can now add another £250,000 for the after-party clean up. That’s a quarter of a million pounds. This is absolutely outrageous, they are taking the piss now.
— Rachael Swindon #GTTO (@Rachael_Swindon) October 9, 2018
“The Khashoggi affair is a grim illustration of how the risk to journalists increases worldwide when America abdicates its role as global defender of a free press” writes @trudyrubin, warning “it could happen here.” https://t.co/mwf7jdi3as
— Media@Risk (@ASCmediarisk) October 9, 2018
As everyone tries to find out what happened to Jamal Khashoggi, remember another journalist missing in the Middle East: Austin Tice, who disappeared in Syria over 6 years ago. Still no answers. @FreeAustinTicehttps://t.co/xEBQRsgR4r
— Liz Sly (@LizSly) October 8, 2018
— Noah Shachtman (@NoahShachtman) October 9, 2018
perhaps more urgently…
Gov. Rick Scott of Florida pleaded with residents on Tuesday to heed evacuation orders and to prepare for a storm that he warned “could bring total devastation to parts of our state” https://t.co/bKV12bFdWx
— NYT National News (@NYTNational) October 9, 2018
LIVE: Latest satellite images and forecast track for Category 2 Hurricane Michael: https://t.co/EnbOpyhmvc
• Forecast to strengthen to Cat. 3 by Wednesday
• "Life-threatening" storm surge expected along coast of Florida Panhandlehttps://t.co/OwUEJC83lo
— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 9, 2018
Florida's voters threatened by #HurricaneMichael will get an extra day to register to vote ahead of the state's closely-watched races for governor and Senate. https://t.co/r7idO00diO pic.twitter.com/RHQbrxFvR0
— ABC News (@ABC) October 9, 2018
I have found the only joyful headline at present. https://t.co/tpRuS5Lzlp
— Ned Raggett (@NedRaggett) October 9, 2018