Six tweets about Mueller in last 36 hours. Is some news imminent? https://t.co/JDSoyYWVfq
— Paul Farhi (@farhip) November 28, 2018
More evidence from the Mueller investigation that Trump associates had advance knowledge of Wikileaks e-mail releases and sought to coordinate privately. This is so damning. https://t.co/I3BlBpgOx2
— Brian Klaas (@brianklaas) November 27, 2018
— The Hill (@thehill) November 27, 2018
Manafort is either an incredibly stupid criminal or he's protecting some secret so big that he's willing to spend the rest of his life in jail to keep the world from discovering it. https://t.co/1sCxZxpk9y
— Matthew Miller (@matthewamiller) November 27, 2018
Yup. Mueller delayed this until after Trump handed in his open book test.
Releasing a list of the lies Manafort told provide another opportunity to tell a story. A report, if you will. https://t.co/50p1E2Cuo9
— emptywheel (@emptywheel) November 27, 2018
.@brianbeutler’s careful parsing of the rescinded cooperation between Mueller and Manafort ultimately reveals what you may have already suspected: There’s too many unknowns to draw major conclusive inferences. A nice job laying out the possibilities, tho. https://t.co/CJiH8mD4Y7
— Atticus West (@AtticusWest) November 27, 2018
"The maximum legal theory here" suggests "the head of Trump's campaign could coordinate either the hack itself or the way it was deployed with Wikileaks, against a domestic political opponent" @AriMelber on Guardian report Manafort met with Assange pic.twitter.com/w2wig1Ns6R
— TheBeat w/Ari Melber (@TheBeatWithAri) November 27, 2018
Your feelings of inferiority, insecurity, vulnerability, and culpability are loud & clear. You remind me of how many corrupt authoritarian leaders abroad behaved before they were deposed. Bob Mueller’s name will be revered in the annals of U.S. history; your name will be scorned. https://t.co/aYnYetwJV1
— John O. Brennan (@JohnBrennan) November 27, 2018
New thread. NBC report has a detail about Ted Malloch's role that warrants more scrutiny. It says Corsi passed along the job of Wikileaks intermediary to Ted Malloch, and that eight days later Corsi sent Stone an email about what information WL had.https://t.co/UTHKLoAg6u
— Connor Lynch (@realconnorlynch) November 27, 2018
3 US servicemembers were killed in Afghanistan today.
Trump didn't mention this in a single Tweet, instead opting to Tweet:
– 3 times attacking Robert Mueller and our Justice System
– 2 times attacking and threatening one of America's most storied corporations, GM.
— Brian Krassenstein (@krassenstein) November 27, 2018
MSNBC declines to allow Sarah Sanders to dictate its programming https://t.co/YCyrn6pPwj
— Katy Tur (@KatyTurNBC) November 27, 2018
— 🇧🇦🇩 🇭🇴🇲🇧🇷🇪 (@cdasilva) November 27, 2018
— The Hill (@thehill) November 28, 2018
Scientists have again landed a spacecraft on a proverbial dime on a planet 40 million miles away that rotates at 241 metres per second. Think I'm gonna trust them on this climate change stuff.
— Scott Linnen (@ScottLinnen) November 26, 2018
Treat yourself to the full version of President Trump's answer as to why he doesn't believe his own government's report on climate change (as delivered to @PhilipRucker and @jdawsey1). pic.twitter.com/KtCv6GFimu
— Niall Stanage (@NiallStanage) November 27, 2018
President @RealDonaldTrump and I had a good call today to discuss GM, the auto industry and how best to support people affected on both sides of the border. We’re going to keep working to address continued trade barriers as we head into the @G20org summit this week.
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) November 28, 2018
After three years of impressive growth, new US vehicle sales have started to slide. On top of that, GM has grappled with an ever-changing geopolitical landscape: It says the Trump administration’s tariffs on imported steel cost it $1 billion. https://t.co/fhVdMfSJW8
— WIRED (@WIRED) November 28, 2018
This is my favorite band break-up notice ever. pic.twitter.com/WsIq1i2d6p
— Conor Sullivan (@conortheconor) November 26, 2018
Theresa May’s lack of honesty knows no bounds as she authorises another Brexit cover-up by blocking full publication of legal advice on her Agreement. What is she trying to hide, & why does she think it’s her job to do so? #newsnight https://t.co/CAJ3raOpp6
— George Eccles (@gweccles) November 27, 2018
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) November 27, 2018
This is *completely* bonkers. pic.twitter.com/PlY5D4NQhr
— Mark Di Stefano 🤙🏻 (@MarkDiStef) November 27, 2018
Theresa May accused of rehashing Project Fear as Treasury analysis finds UK will be £150bn worse off under no-deal
Analysis says GDP will be 7.6% lower under no-deal over 15 years than staying in EU, Chequers 1-2% lower, EEA 1.4%, FTA 4.9%https://t.co/QMr2y5NFRh
— Steven Swinford (@Steven_Swinford) November 27, 2018
— The Independent (@Independent) November 27, 2018
Surely not? Come on JC, you’re better than this.
How is this consistent with commitment to values of pluralism, democracy, & open debate?
— Caroline Lucas (@CarolineLucas) November 27, 2018
"May has said that regulatory differences already exists between Northern Ireland and the UK, which have not challenged the constitutional integrity of the UK" https://t.co/J8lCnnps1T
— David Phinnemore (@DPhinnemore) November 27, 2018
Fuck me, this is Rik Mayall literally being Boris Johnson/Jacob Rees-Mogg. https://t.co/DbRVxI5xen
— Caitlin Moran (@caitlinmoran) November 27, 2018
"She's some boy" is by far the highest praise a Tory Prime Minister has ever or will ever achieve in Newry. Given UK policy put a hard border on the table, these are some very fair-minded nyucks.https://t.co/QUvrqzbbyy
— Matthew O'Toole (@MatthewOToole2) November 27, 2018
"Arlene, why is the DUP against every idea/concept/policy that could help the economy; the lives, opportunities, & future of every person in NI? Why are you pursuing a set of myopic ideological obsessions that will ensure NI's future impoverishment? https://t.co/JEfbC4SdQi
— John Laverty (@Livelong1953) November 27, 2018
Hi, @little_pengelly! I was wondering if you were going to be holding Constituency meetings within South Belfast about the Brexit vote next month? Especially for a constituency that voted to remain and have many people who are worried about a no deal.
— Aíne (@ainemagu) November 26, 2018