— ABC News (@ABC) October 26, 2018
— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) October 26, 2018
Based on Wray’s remarks, the FBI had identified Sayoc by late last night. Surely they briefed the WH immediately. Might explain Trump’s losing it on Twitter at 3:14 am.
— Matthew Miller (@matthewamiller) October 26, 2018
— Jonathan Chait (@jonathanchait) October 26, 2018
Speaking of man arrested for mail bombs, Trump just told reporters, "I heard he was a person who preferred me over others."
— ErikWemple (@ErikWemple) October 26, 2018
Van connected to Florida man arrested for allegedly mailing a series of pipe bombs covered with pro-Trump images and stickers. https://t.co/KjOXND3nTe
— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 26, 2018
Eliot does the deep dive… thread.
— Eliot Higgins (@EliotHiggins) October 26, 2018
— Joan Walsh (@joanwalsh) October 26, 2018
Top Youth Soccer Recruits For Trump is apparently the manifesto of the bomb suspect.
Soccer is as anti-American as it gets and the irony is completely lost on this guy. pic.twitter.com/OINKhcTniM
— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) October 26, 2018
This is a lesson about the toxicity of the foreclosure crisis and how it upended millions of lives. It’s also a lesson about how a combination of ignorance and partisan passions can make people believe their assailants are their saviors. https://t.co/FbvilCIfDh
— The Intercept (@theintercept) October 26, 2018
Before the arrest, I was talking with conservative MO voters who took it as an article of faith that Democrats tried to bomb themselves. I don’t think any of these voters would ever have condoned this, but none was open to the idea that anyone in their tribe could be responsible.
— Steve Inskeep (@NPRinskeep) October 26, 2018
Yes, terrorism is such an annoying distraction from campaigning. https://t.co/mPAIVJXKgY
— Will Saletan (@saletan) October 26, 2018
"Let's have unity and, ha ha, let's jail my political opponents." https://t.co/I89w3wzHMJ
— David Roberts (@drvox) October 26, 2018
I predict that within a week, we'll be seeing news stories about Trump fans decorating their vehicles like Sayoc's in a show of twisted solidarity.
— Jeff Lilly (@Rackofhats) October 26, 2018
Someone is putting pipe bombs in the mail and instead of working on it DHS is doing media hits about unarmed Hondurans a thousand miles from the border. https://t.co/suvXDwDrRs
— Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias) October 25, 2018
BREAKING: We just sued the Department of Homeland Security and Kirstjen Nielsen for failing to create records linking immigrant children to their parents https://t.co/Zzx3kkihaV
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) October 26, 2018
Nothing to see here, just the Commerce Secretary potentially in criminal violation of conflict-of-interest law.https://t.co/gvJpTMAeMz
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) October 25, 2018
Oh also, it looks like we are heading into a Trump trade-war induced global recession https://t.co/lnT3Ilo04C
— David Frum (@davidfrum) October 26, 2018
There were ZERO U.S. soybean exports to China last week, typically one of the strongest export weeks of the year. The administration’s #tradewar is an unfolding disaster for North Dakota soybean farmers. pic.twitter.com/N4dW4CvIbL
— Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (@SenatorHeitkamp) October 25, 2018
Texas election officials confirmed that voting machines used in 30% of its counties (including its biggest) are switching people’s votes, including the Senate race between Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke. The GOP-appointed officials say they have "no legal authority" to update them. pic.twitter.com/UGui2ox15H
— AJ+ (@ajplus) October 26, 2018
Well *of course* when you put it that way it sounds bad https://t.co/wf09kDbYok
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) October 25, 2018
New: The White House and the Saudi royal family are searching for an explanation for Khashoggi's death that avoids implicating MBS. That's going to be difficult, as mounting evidence points to the crown prince's connection to Khashoggis' disappearance. https://t.co/pSErRLtQRj
— Shane Harris (@shaneharris) October 17, 2018
Read this story of death and despair in Yemen and explain to me why we would sell one more bomb to Saudi Arabia! https://t.co/sdUNBDQ3WA
— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) October 26, 2018
— Orla Guerin (@OrlaGuerin) October 26, 2018
#NYTimes editorial: “The choice is for Brazilians to make. But it is a sad day for democracy when disarray and disappointment drive voters to distraction and open the door to offensive, crude and thuggish populists.” #BrazilElections #Bolsonaro https://t.co/lL1cNC5NYK
— Douglas Herbert (@dougf24) October 26, 2018
From the obituary of former Dutch PM Wim Kok. So typically Dutch! pic.twitter.com/hBHzH1xucG
— Glenn Kessler (@GlennKesslerWP) October 26, 2018
— Fintan O'Toole (@fotoole) October 26, 2018
Liam Fox's plan to swiftly replicate the EU's terms with the World Trade Organization has failed.
Now Britain must enter what are likely to be lengthy talks with other members on basic conditions of trade after Brexit:https://t.co/hqjEB5KiY5
— Bloomberg Brexit (@Brexit) October 26, 2018
If I were a HMG minister I'd just assume that whatever drafting the EU comes up with on the backstop will be watertight and legally binding, because otherwise it wouldn't be a backstop.
The real question is: does HMG want a deal? If so accept the backstop.https://t.co/MvYvMUuSji
— Kevin Hjortshøj O'Rourke (@kevinhorourke) October 26, 2018
Norway is ‘all pay and no say’ https://t.co/cT5ZoWeH4J
— Andrew Adonis (@Andrew_Adonis) October 26, 2018
My sense is that the most awful potential details of ‘no deal’ are becoming clear just as more & more people of every view reach Brexit saturation point.
— James O'Brien (@mrjamesob) October 25, 2018
“The DUP is actively seeking to downplay the implications of Brexit for the Belfast Agreement, for North-South co-operation and for Northern Ireland generally… their arguments are being systematically demolished by experts like @hayward_katy”https://t.co/9Tgvq9iwky
— David Phinnemore (@DPhinnemore) October 26, 2018
To all my GB followers, this is how the DUP views the union and the GB taxpayer https://t.co/yFPv73o2g2
— Sam Thompson (@JarrieSam) October 26, 2018
The BBC, which I love, has sadly enabled Brexit by giving liars and fools equal time with the smart and informed. Even now @BBCr4today is at it. @peston is quite right to say the crisis we are heading for is akin to a “wartime” disaster. The UK media failed the country.
— David Yelland (@davidyelland) October 26, 2018
Just a reminder that the clocks go back an hour tomorrow – then they go back 50 years on March 29th 2019 .
— ciaran the Euro courier 🇪🇺🇪🇺#peoplesvote (@donnyc1975) October 26, 2018