NEW: With the country on edge over a widening pipe-bomb scare, talk of national unity quickly gave way to finger-pointing.
Trump cast blame on the media for fomenting anger in society, while candidates across the country traded partisan broadsides https://t.co/x81QdURKoO
— Jonathan Lemire (@JonLemire) October 26, 2018
It's a moment that's given some pause to consider what the hell we're doing to ourselves for political gain…but the President seems to see it as a time to double down on divisiveness, refuse to own any responsibility and blame the media, which was just targeted by a bomb. pic.twitter.com/RuKw7fi0E0
— Christopher C. Cuomo (@ChrisCuomo) October 26, 2018
You say there are good people on both sides of a neo-Nazi rally.
Suggest that immigrants are all murders, rapists and gang members.
Praise a politician who assaulted a reporter.
And it’s CNN’s fault someone sent them a bomb?
We know you have no decency, but have you no shame? https://t.co/GVMiB9OIGI
— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) October 25, 2018
Time Warner center now cleared by NYPD after another evacuation tonight. https://t.co/fwTyZP1Npd
— Willie Geist (@WillieGeist) October 26, 2018
NBC News: Law enforcement sources say that at this point in the review of the bombs it is clear that some were incapable of exploding. Whether that was a design flaw or intentional is not yet known. Analysis is ongoing
They say to treat any suspicious package as if it were real.
— Tom Winter (@Tom_Winter) October 25, 2018
Weird how someone thought the targets of daddy’s attacks – including those he called to be jailed – deserved to be assassinated.
Just a coincidence, I’m sure. https://t.co/DGV8cF7Ljp
— Windhorse (@Windhorse_1) October 25, 2018
Kansas election officials are reviewing text messages claiming to be from President Trump and telling residents that their early votes hadn't been recorded. https://t.co/NuU5ZUSSx2
— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 26, 2018
Why one GOP congressman may not be able to join Trump for his upcoming visit to Illinois, via Chicago Tribune –> pic.twitter.com/dsmgAJszim
— Erica Werner (@ericawerner) October 25, 2018
Republicans are doing better than Democrats in early voting—and better than 2016.
Will the Democratic Party wake up in time? If not now, when?? https://t.co/tCSfXzD6Ls
— Joe Scarborough (@JoeNBC) October 26, 2018
Journalists who simply quote this beyond-brazen lie, or frame it as one of two "sides" in a political dispute, are a disgrace to their craft. https://t.co/wejCWTarR5
— Dan Gillmor (@dangillmor) October 26, 2018
If Dems take control of the House and subpoena Trump's tax returns, Gingrich told @ktumulty that the legal fight would go to the Supreme Court "AND WE WILL SEE WHETHER OR NOT THE KAVANAUGH FIGHT WAS WORTH IT." Audible gasps in audience as he spoke: https://t.co/LkE6CbkUA1
— Mary Jordan (@marycjordan) October 25, 2018
GOP Senate Judiciary Chair Grassley made a criminal referral over Julie Swetnick's allegations against Brett Kavanaugh her legal counsel @MichaelAvenatti.
Now, the FBI will HAVE to interview Kavanaugh.
— Grant Stern (@grantstern) October 25, 2018
EXCLUSIVE: Mueller investigated a series of meetings between the Saudi general blamed for Jamal Khashoggi's murder and Trump's first national security adviser, Michael Flynn. https://t.co/LGwRj0A7BA
— Noah Shachtman (@NoahShachtman) October 25, 2018
Good Lord. How stupid do you think we’ve become?
Migrants are over 1,000 miles away from the US border and could be over a month away from safely reaching America.
Wasting US troops on the border is dumb enough. Having DHS ignore bomb threats for a campaign stunt is horrific. https://t.co/gAsUmqoj1D
— Joe Scarborough (@JoeNBC) October 26, 2018
— Margaret Sullivan (@Sulliview) October 25, 2018
Matt Lauer: paid $25 million a year
Megyn Kelly: paid $23 million a year
Average U.S. reporter: makes $40,000 a year
Imagine what NBC could do if it did news with its morning shows
— Mike Rosenberg (@ByRosenberg) October 25, 2018
So, kids, the moral of the story is this. Say some racist stuff on TV or sexually harass your co-workers and you, too, can walk away with as much as $69m – $100m. And if you do both (hell, maybe even at the same time) the sky is the limit! #MegaMillions is for chumps, am I right?
— Jarrett Bellini (@JarrettBellini) October 26, 2018
We’re about 6-8 weeks away from the last point a Withdrawal Agreement can be agreed, and UKGov is still negotiating with itself. This lunacy has to stop.
“Theresa May’s Cabinet is not close enough to agreeing a way forward for top level Brexit negotiations to resume.” https://t.co/4SONcrLsP5
— Steve Bullock (@GuitarMoog) October 25, 2018
Russia blocks UK post Brexit WTO tariff carve up plan…
This was exactly one of the pre referendum Cameron Government Brexit warnings https://t.co/mLjJKC116D
— Faisal Islam (@faisalislam) October 25, 2018
Lord Sugar says that Boris Johnson and Michael Gove should be jailed for the “lies” they told about Brexit. He also stated that there’s a “good argument” for cancelling Brexit, declaring the result of the EU referendum void because people were misled. pic.twitter.com/tqid5S3WSg
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) October 25, 2018
Facebook facilitated Vote Leave's cheating in Brexit, authorised Cambridge Analytica's illegal harvesting app, let Russians access US voter data and allowed their platform to become a weapon of mass disinformation. The least they could do is pay a fine. https://t.co/XqrZvWeh4G
— Christopher Wylie 🏳️🌈 (@chrisinsilico) October 25, 2018
A very very good reason to extend the franchise of a #PeoplesVote to 16 & 17 year olds.
— Fionna O'Leary #FBPE #BrexitBetraysBritain (@fascinatorfun) October 25, 2018
Tories abstain as European parliament overwhelmingly backs EU-wide arms embargo on Saudi Arabia https://t.co/Z6bulMHIuK
— Peter Stefanovic (@PeterStefanovi2) October 25, 2018
Another Saudi deception exposed, as CIA chief tells Trump murder was pre-meditated, and Saudi's change their story, yet again: https://t.co/zcPBJYsjpU
— Michael Barbaro (@mikiebarb) October 26, 2018
Mohammed bin Salman's hold on power may be in jeopardy. Whatever happens to him will have long-lasting repercussions for the kingdom. https://t.co/RfqI9wvx7e
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) October 26, 2018
Former Sen. Bob Graham, co-chair of the 9/11 Commission, says the U.S. has "ignored" and played an "assertive role" in covering up Saudi bad behavior.https://t.co/fMUFA3STse
— On Point – NPR (@OnPointRadio) October 25, 2018
New — something that will be a big story in the world of big money over the next few years:
— Teddy Schleifer (@teddyschleifer) October 25, 2018
These men noticed a lady paying for her gas with pennies and decided to give her some money. Little did they know, she had just lost her husband and was having a rough time. We can all make a difference. pic.twitter.com/j2Pu7erH80
— Kevin W (@kwilli1046) October 25, 2018