The Attorney General of the united States refuses to testify tomorrow. Ballsy move Barr. https://t.co/6gGXe3380n
— Barbara Malmet (@B52Malmet) May 1, 2019
After shaming himself yet again and proving he’s nothing more than Trump’s political hack, Barr had the nerve to attack Robert Mueller as “snitty”.
What a buffoon. https://t.co/jjXPQxKnfo
— Joe Scarborough (@JoeNBC) May 1, 2019
MSNBC Cuts Into Barr Hearing to Call the Attorney General a Liar https://t.co/ANTd3yHJVR
— McG 🏳️🌈 🇺🇲 #PeteForAmerica (@Foxmental_X) May 1, 2019
Here is the complete exchange, via CSPAN, between Kamala Harris and Bill Barr — including the part where Barr couldn't say whether Trump or anyone in the White House has ever suggested that he open an investigation into anyone. It's worth a watch. pic.twitter.com/wJOdSFR7JR
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) May 1, 2019
Barr argues that Trump can obstruct all the justice he wants https://t.co/Acge8lzHZf
— Jonathan Chait (@jonathanchait) May 1, 2019
Sen. Kamala Harris says that AG Barr “lacks all credibility” after his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, adding he has “compromised the American public’s ability to believe that he is a purveyor of justice.” https://t.co/BBX6o5latn pic.twitter.com/l59rgSQH1R
— ABC News (@ABC) May 1, 2019
Kamala Harris: Did you eat lunch today?
William Barr: I don't know
Harris: How can you not know?
Barr: I'm grappling with the word "eat"
Harris: Did you consume food today?
Barr: I don't know if I'd say "consume"
Harris: Did food go in your mouth?
Barr: I'm really not sure
— Palmer Report (@PalmerReport) May 1, 2019
After watching Attorney General Barr’s tortuous explanations for a long list of misrepresentations, it’s clear:
Barr views himself as Trump’s lawyer, not America’s lawyer
He was hired with an agenda to protect Trump
And Barr, like his boss, is grossly unfit for the office
— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) May 1, 2019
— The Hill (@thehill) May 1, 2019
Good morning — I've spent the last few weeks diving into the world of shady foreign money in Silicon Valley.
"You thought you’re in business. You’re actually in politics.”
Startups and VCs can no longer plead ignorance. Here is what we've learned:https://t.co/umJVEwQrKp
— Teddy Schleifer (@teddyschleifer) May 1, 2019
"It is therefore with great sadness that I have concluded that I can no longer have full confidence in you"
— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) May 1, 2019
The sacking of Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson makes him the 38th person to have left the May Government in just over 12 months, and the sixth Cabinet minister. It’s a departure record.
— Andrew Neil (@afneil) May 1, 2019
My favourite Gavin Williamson story is when he decided to pardon two ferocious army dogs following a campaign by The Sun and turned up to do the photoshoot only to find them ready to rip his throat out, so had to be positioned a longggg way in front. https://t.co/gj5yumhmag pic.twitter.com/402LkQBCfW
— Jim Waterson (@jimwaterson) May 1, 2019
It’s my way or the Huawei…. pic.twitter.com/gth8JgQK7i
— Pádraig Belton (@PadraigBelton) May 1, 2019
Shadow Trade Minister Barry Gardiner: ‘We will respect the referendum result, we should leave the European Union’ https://t.co/KefFuS8Q1y
— Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) April 30, 2019
Howl away. If Labour wanted to defeat The Brexit Party they should not have marketed themselves as another Brexit Party. You cannot give people no real alternative, then complain when they shop elsewhere for parties that do express their position. https://t.co/vYI5Gs205a
— Alex Andreou (@sturdyAlex) May 1, 2019
And it’s polling day…
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) May 1, 2019
With Brexit poisoning British politics even candidates in local elections, which take place on Thursday, have suffered threats or physical attacks https://t.co/zFhWlZRVIi
— New York Times World (@nytimesworld) May 1, 2019
— alan bullion (@alanbullion2) May 1, 2019
A rebellion against Nicolás Maduro appears to have been foiled https://t.co/Q0lUn0PMBd
— The Economist (@TheEconomist) May 1, 2019
Trump's national security adviser John Bolton 📷 also gave public remarks on Russia's involvement in Venezuela.
— POLITICO (@politico) May 1, 2019
Russian police beat at least 1 journalist, arrest 2 during May Day protests in St. Petersburg https://t.co/pT9u1VlnA1
— Committee to Protect Journalists (@pressfreedom) May 1, 2019
Thank you to all our supporters… The Guardian breaks even against the odds: ‘We couldn’t have done this without you’ https://t.co/rOlT2qJX7I
— Katharine Viner (@KathViner) May 1, 2019
Best name ever if you work for Apple. pic.twitter.com/SiUO654XXK
— You Had One Job (@_youhadonejob1) May 1, 2019