— Michael de la Torre (@MikedelaTorre) November 29, 2018
— The Hill (@thehill) November 29, 2018
This is significant: Trump's business negotiations were happening with Putin’s office directly, not just with real estate developers in Moscow https://t.co/yDetuxxM9R
— Bloomberg Opinion (@bopinion) November 29, 2018
"The president of the United States' personal lawyer admitted to lying to Congress about the president’s business activities with a hostile foreign power, in order to support the president's story. In any rational era, that would be earthshaking…" https://t.co/e4g1lfmbLq
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) November 29, 2018
Why did Cohen lie? Because the truth is evidence that Trump was compromised by Russia while Putin plotted to attack the election. (Offering Trump "lucrative real estate" deals was part of the Kremlin's "cultivation operation" for Trump, per the dossier.) https://t.co/sEOgPLI5rn
— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) November 29, 2018
— Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) November 29, 2018
Looks like Don Jr is in hot water:
WSJ now reporting: “Investigators obtained emails about the project from late 2015 and January 2016…in which Mr. Cohen communicated with or copied Mr. Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr., and his daughter, Ivanka Trump”
Compare Don Jr told Senate: https://t.co/3ABZQow3Q9
— Ryan Goodman (@rgoodlaw) November 29, 2018
Cohen's plea casts Trump's campaign praise for Putin in a different light. He's praising the man he's trying to make a deal with. And his words had an impact: https://t.co/bFqAS6sM6H
— David French (@DavidAFrench) November 29, 2018
One thing for sure. This confirms how stupid some White House staffers are. https://t.co/dVSY7yCxeF
— 🖕🏻Aunt Crabby calls Bullshit 🖕🏻 (@DearAuntCrabby) November 29, 2018
This . . . this is literally how questioning a suspect works. https://t.co/nAPlywUzi5
— Myke Cole (@MykeCole) November 30, 2018
How did Rudy Giuliani get leaked information that James Comey was reopening the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails? A leak from an FBI employee could be a crime. We’ve requested documents. https://t.co/k5nQ0kfJq4
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) November 29, 2018
As Cohen enters a new plea, POTUS is doing multiple book promotions aboard AF1 to Argentina for the G29 https://t.co/nTTQ2CdB0o
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) November 29, 2018
‘Our president is essentially a mob boss’: Former FBI counterintel chief Frank Figliuzzi https://t.co/C3KN38ec99
— Morgan Fairchild (@morgfair) November 29, 2018
I think about this clip all the time.
Important context for today's news.
Paul Manafort, asked in July 2016 if Trump has any business interests with Russian oligarchs pic.twitter.com/PnT2FKDyFq
— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) November 29, 2018
Don’t forget this…
In 2016, the Republican leadership discussed Donald Trump being paid by Vladimir Putin and the possibility of Russian interference in U.S. election.
— Michael Socolow (@MichaelSocolow) November 29, 2018
Lots of people look really bad today in Trumpland, including @RepDevinNunes, who will go down in history as an obstructionist who attempted to defeat the mission of the very intelligence committee he chaired—in the service of criminals and the government of Vladimir Putin.
— George Little (@georgelittledc) November 30, 2018
The Wall Street Journal accidentally called Putin 'Vladimir Trump.' https://t.co/q3QdalDzSt
— ArtistLike (@Artistlike) November 29, 2018
There are no winners from #Brexit. The departure of the U.K. from the EU is a failure for everybody. Let us make the best of it, knowing that in the near future, there will be a new generation in Britain who will decide to come back into the European family. #IamEuropean
— Guy Verhofstadt (@guyverhofstadt) November 29, 2018
Oh, toss a coin or do one potato, two potato, you hopeless titwheels
— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) November 29, 2018
Two politicians who have both said the people shouldn’t get a second referendum are arguing about the terms of a televised debate in front of an audience who don’t have a vote. Our politicians are, to reprise the greatest of terms, a bunch of utter cuntpuffins and cockwombkes.
— Jay Rayner (@jayrayner1) November 29, 2018
If this or any Brexit TV debate goes ahead without all options – including that of remaining in the EU – being included and given a voice, it will be an absolute travesty of democracy. @BBCNewsPR https://t.co/Na7A01CQQk
— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) November 29, 2018
As far as I'm concerned…
A May-Corbyn debate on Brexit is going to be like watching two flat-earthers arguing over who can explain gravity better.
— Mike Galsworthy (@mikegalsworthy) November 29, 2018
Go on, let us look at this gibberish.
"Under the #Brexit deal, we have agreed…"
Yes, if you have a "deal" you have agreed something, that is why it is an "agreement".
— David Allen Green (@davidallengreen) November 29, 2018
Ever ask yourself, as @JustineGreening did today, how the people can undermine the will of the people?
— endthechaos! (@endthechaosuk) November 29, 2018
Does anyone speak German? Is this good? pic.twitter.com/YLIObWloFX
— John Self (@john_self) November 29, 2018
In other entertainment news…
Newsnight Vicar was booked by agency that supplies representative focus groups. She asked to wear a dog collar. Newsnight never otherwise said she was a reverend. Antidisestablishmentarianists in my mentions arguing only C of E vicars should be allowed to wear dog collars on BBC.
— Jim Waterson (@jimwaterson) November 29, 2018
For those still interested here’s our statement from earlier on why Newsnight had a member of the public come on to participate in a debate about Brexit. The fact Lynn is a pastor and does some acting on the side was totally irrelevant to the discussion. https://t.co/3KppyEnv7Z
— esmewren (@esmewren) November 29, 2018
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Buenos Aires on Thursday for a state visit to Argentina, where he will also attend the 13th #G20 summit. Argentina is the second stop of Xi's Europe and Latin America trip after he visited Spain. pic.twitter.com/N0404tNVbb
— People's Daily,China (@PDChina) November 30, 2018
Just…. This is becoming a reeeeeaaally awkward black comedy. Randy Quarles comes to lunch at #DeutscheBank with CEO Sewing and regulatory chief Matherat *as it's being raided*. Also transacts in question date up to this year…. https://t.co/zs3UTSl6aZ
— Paul Davies (@PaulJDavies) November 29, 2018
— Irish Times World (@IrishTimesWorld) November 29, 2018
Uncanny, John Maynard Keynes: imagining the super-prosperous 21st century, he speculated in 1930 that "a hundred years hence" we would be "8 times better off in the economic sense." And here we are, still 12 years shy of 2030, with a per capita GDP 7 times what it was then.
— Kurt Andersen (@KBAndersen) November 30, 2018
An open response to an interview I was asked to do last week.
Magazines like this constantly reduce women to what they eat. I am not a dress size. I am not a number on a scale. I am done with a media that profits from the insecurities of women.
Wonder if they’ll print it? pic.twitter.com/aXy3d1DyCR
— Nicola Thorp (@nicolathorp_) November 28, 2018