— The Hill (@thehill) January 7, 2019
Really dangerous ground if the prime time address in question is about a “crisis” that does not exist.
— Ben White (@morningmoneyben) January 7, 2019
show the speech with the list of lies on one side- when he hits one of them it can light up or a bell can sound. (I kid, but not that much)
— Jennifer Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) January 7, 2019
When the President of the United States asks for TV airtime for an Oval Office address, networks will (and should) air it.
There is no explicit or implicit endorsement of the president's views in that decision.
— Niall Stanage (@NiallStanage) January 7, 2019
The latest – CNN, Fox, Fox Biz have agreed to air Trump. Broadcast nets still deciding https://t.co/rx5bxVZISt
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) January 7, 2019
Update to the update: NBC, ABC, and CBS will all carry Trump's address Tuesday night. Wall to wall coverage of his pro-wall speech. Hopefully surrounded by fact-checking. https://t.co/ttRKY7xVWG
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) January 7, 2019
Should the TV networks air the president's prime time address Tuesday?
Networks face pressure on whether President Trump’s address warrants prime time coverage. https://t.co/PgTJs90H1w
— NBC News (@NBCNews) January 7, 2019
This is so bizarre. The networks have been covering every single time Trump sneezes since the moment he announced his candidacy, to the point of exhaustive lunacy. Now, he is doing an official address and there's a question on whether to air it? https://t.co/yp9BZHHY9r
— Carol Roth (@caroljsroth) January 7, 2019
I'd like to watch a Trump address to the nation like it was on DVR, where anchors pause the feed every time he lies about something and instantly correct him before hitting play again. That would actually be useful.
— Matthew Miller (@matthewamiller) January 7, 2019
What I don't get is how is Trump going to change minds on the wall? He's been making his case for 3.5 years now… and consistently voters have been against it.
— (((Harry Enten))) (@ForecasterEnten) January 7, 2019
If Harry Truman couldn't nationalize the steel industry during wartime, President Trump certainly doesn't have the power to declare a nonexistent emergency and build a multi-billion dollar wall on the border.
That's a complete nonstarter. pic.twitter.com/NamOknGHMo
— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) January 6, 2019
Trump and Sarah Sanders are suddenly acting like they care about a "humanitarian crisis on our border." Don't let them pull the wool over your eyes.
They have shown the world again and again how little regard they have for the dignity and lives of refugees and immigrants. pic.twitter.com/tW9CQyHvLy
— Rep. Don Beyer (@RepDonBeyer) January 7, 2019
— The Hill (@thehill) January 7, 2019
Ivanka Trump appears to have violated conflict of interest law.https://t.co/dLXhdcUsad
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) January 7, 2019
This is completely appalling abuse & attempted intimidation. Whatever your views on politics or Brexit, this kind of thing should have no place in our democracy. Solidarity with @Anna_Soubry https://t.co/D12BBks5JK
— Yvette Cooper (@YvetteCooperMP) January 7, 2019
How can this not be harassment? Come on guys. What does it need to take before your step in? https://t.co/db99Sz1shz
— Kay Burley (@KayBurley) January 7, 2019
Tim this is beneath you.Elected representatives can never surrender their voice to Thuggery. Yes MP’s soldier on regardless. But we all have people in our lives who know us and love us. Our partners, elderly parents, children. In the wake of Jo Cox they can’t. They are petrified. https://t.co/lHcz0xjTSX
— David Lammy (@DavidLammy) January 7, 2019
It’s never going to end is it? pic.twitter.com/hrwyZbZrr6
— Good Friday Agreement (@BelfastAgmt) January 7, 2019
and here it is:
The key point is that extra checks of up to 40 seconds per truck don’t result in extra queues. But above that there would be an exponential spike on delays:
With checks of 70 seconds per truck there would be….queues of SIX DAYShttps://t.co/nMSiuIfPG8
— Jim Pickard (@PickardJE) January 7, 2019
Brexit: The Uncivil War review – superficial, irresponsible TV https://t.co/KlxZdkOThu
— The Guardian (@guardian) January 7, 2019
Seeing a lot of those involved in the Leave campaign on the timeline who are watching #BrexitTheUncivilWar and are unhappy with how they're being portrayed 👀
— Jason Ashford (@jasonashford89) January 7, 2019
Thank you to the makers of #BrexitTheUncivilWar for treating Jo’s murder with respect. Please remember that while Jo was a passionate remainer she was far more committed to reminding us of what we have in common. Whatever happens now – that will be the most important mission.
— Brendan Cox (@MrBrendanCox) January 7, 2019
If you’re interested in where the targeted advert techniques showcased in #BrexitTheUncivilWar end up – I’ve projected forward a few years here, for @Medium. It doesn’t look pretty. This is much bigger than one vote – it’s about election integrity. https://t.co/nJ5VHNG0lC
— Jamie Bartlett (@JamieJBartlett) January 7, 2019
Tonight at @belfastcc Sinn Fein/DUP voted down the redirecting of half a million pounds of funding to an anti-poverty crisis intervention fund. The same parties that have facilitated Tory austerity in our communities via Welfare Reform. Who are they really looking out for???
— Paul Doherty (@Paul_Doherty__) January 7, 2019
“..deep frustration that the British cannot see how far the EU went to break the impasse on the Irish border talks, yielding to May’s demands for a UK-wide customs arrangement..EU was totally opposed to this…not see it for what it was-a major concession” https://t.co/6TbLkNfPI3
— Daniel Keohane (@KeohaneDan) January 7, 2019
Drafts of Pompeo's speech later this week in Cairo also have him praising the Saudis for their handling of the Khashoggi case & saying Iran should learn from Saudi Arabia on human rights & the rule of law. https://t.co/0iI0zqHp3L
— Nahal Toosi (@nahaltoosi) January 7, 2019
Great piece by @lrozen: Trump’s decision to leave Syria has resulted in the eruption of brutal fighting between rival fiefdoms scrambling for power, and that’s just in Washington https://t.co/B0cEh3q0Tb
— Tom Wright (@thomaswright08) January 7, 2019
BREAKING: Samsung sharply cuts Q4 earnings guidance, says results will be far below market expectations due to weakness in memory and increasing smartphone market competition https://t.co/bQP9xsB7Se
— CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) January 7, 2019