"The final indignity came when Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) led Republicans’ successful effort to block a bill sponsored by Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-Va.) to require campaigns to disclose any foreign offers of assistance to the FBI." @MaxBoot https://t.co/eEnTTspkP5
— Christopher Nichols (@CMcKNichols) June 14, 2019
Marsha Blackburn’s objection to legislation that safeguards American democracy from foreign interference is emblematic of how deep the rot runs in the Republican party, and also of the hold that Russian money has over its elected officials. https://t.co/o8Buvhy2Ys https://t.co/6vnGnZ23M1
— Sophia Tesfaye (@SophiaTesfaye) June 14, 2019
Sources inside WH and close to Trump admit he mishandled questions on foreign dirt, @abbydphillip and I are told. The clips have been “tough” to watch, sources acknowledge. But officials doubt Trump supporters are very upset about it.
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) June 14, 2019
Trump on foreign dirt: "Of course you have to look at it because, if you don't look at it, you're not going to know if it's bad. How are you going to know if it's bad?"
Via Fox pic.twitter.com/e0e3JoAvbd
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) June 14, 2019
If what Donald Trump said about still being open to foreign election help had been an actual problem to Republicans in the Senate, you would have been able to tell, not from their words but from their actions. pic.twitter.com/jtKPPGsOAP
— Maddow Blog (@MaddowBlog) June 14, 2019
McConnell dismisses outrage over Trump's comments about accepting foreign dirt on opponentshttps://t.co/uqh1BPATz5
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) June 14, 2019
Republicans’ inability to condemn Trump for inviting foreign manipulation of U.S. elections is one of the saddest moments of my public service.
Increasingly for Republicans, Trump comes first and America comes second. That should sicken all of us.
— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) June 14, 2019
check out my op-ed in USA Today
"Trump calls foreign intelligence 'oppo research.' I call it illegal, and I should know."
— Pat Dennis (@patdennis) June 14, 2019
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) June 14, 2019
So awesome. Now that Trump’s own DOJ says it is ok to examine pretext&inquire into Cong’s true motives, Trump should lose most every court case
Not complying w subpoenas? Pretext
New muslim ban litigation? Pretext
Exec priv invocations? Pretext
List goes on… https://t.co/1RlpJgz2LR
— Neal Katyal (@neal_katyal) June 14, 2019
Taxpayers shouldn’t be paying for Kellyanne Conway’s partisan political activities as a White House official. She needs to resign. https://t.co/6WtSdQaswl
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) June 14, 2019
The Trump administration is planning a costly Independence Day speech at the Lincoln Memorial, despite its failure to pay off $7 million in debt from the 2017 inauguration, The Washington Post reports https://t.co/8juE8h8qEl
— CNN (@CNN) June 14, 2019
An activist group wants to fly the bright orange, inflated caricature of Trump – known as “Baby Trump” – over the Fourth of July festivities at the National Mall.
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) June 14, 2019
.@RepMikeQuigley calls the Justice Department’s legal opinion supporting the Treasury secretary's refusal to turn over President Trump’s tax returns “another real serious blow to the independence of the Justice Department.” https://t.co/yX9sjcStUS pic.twitter.com/ECMN1LSoKv
— CNN (@CNN) June 14, 2019
— Eric Lipton (@EricLiptonNYT) June 14, 2019
And if it’s not one thing, it’s mother…
Here’s where Trump’s incessant lying hurts America. If he takes the country to war, Americans and their allies need to believe he’s telling the truth about the reasons and justification, particularly after Iraq. Would you?https://t.co/JrATkNur85
— Aaron David Miller (@aarondmiller2) June 14, 2019
The US says it has video footage proving Iran's involvement in Thursday's attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman
The BBC's security correspondent @FrankRGardner looks at the evidence
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) June 14, 2019
Read this. Every party has a reason to lie. But the owner of the oil tanker is disputing key elements of Pompeo’s Iran tanker story. Again I don’t know what happened. But I would be careless if I took Pompeo’s assessment at face value. Our allies silent. https://t.co/ZarKCVjjMm
— Juliette Kayyem (@juliettekayyem) June 14, 2019
My thoughts on the Gulf on Oman attacks for @nbc:
— Trita Parsi (@tparsi) June 14, 2019
Brexit party leading, Tories assembling a circular firing squad, Change UK imploding:
"What should we do to capitalise on this propitious situation?"
"Blame America, speak up for theocratic terrorists and dismiss credible evidence from our intell partners?"
"That'll do it…" https://t.co/zQklxqyJH9
— Tim Shipman (@ShippersUnbound) June 14, 2019
After three bloody years, & despite mountains of evidence to the contrary, a significant portion of the country remains in thrall to fact-free pantomime toffs braying that Brexit is deliverable & desirable. They won’t explain why it’s broken & can’t describe how they’ll fix it.
— James O'Brien (@mrjamesob) June 14, 2019
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) June 14, 2019
My bit on the search for a new prime minister https://t.co/TTmO3XnIIo
— Marina Hyde (@MarinaHyde) June 14, 2019
— Jim Pickard (@PickardJE) June 14, 2019
Astonishing footage of Boris Johnson being told about the cuts he made to London Fire Brigade when Mayor. His reply? “Get stuffed.” Grenfell wasn’t long after.
Prime Minister? Don’t be daft. pic.twitter.com/rQSw02qc7i
— Rachael Swindon (@Rachael_Swindon) June 14, 2019
Brexit Britain is wallowing in dangerous talk of national humiliation | Fintan O’Toole https://t.co/dy426lCAd3
— Fintan O'Toole (@fotoole) June 14, 2019
— Reuters UK (@ReutersUK) June 14, 2019
Opinion: Because of Brexit, ethnic minorities are victims of violence more than ever https://t.co/JdKijo5Cyo
— The Independent (@Independent) June 14, 2019
He thinks he can get rid of the Backstop! Hilarious!
Boris Johnson says he can force EU into a fresh Brexit deal because it fears Nigel Farage https://t.co/viNTUVEjfw
— judy mcdowell (@jcm247) June 14, 2019
My thoughts on the Irish backstop in Guardian. New Tory leader’s approach should be based on fact not fantasy https://t.co/Iuk6MczpjI
— Bobby McDonagh (@BobbyMcDonagh1) June 14, 2019
'Mr Donaldson said he believed the Irish Government was “driving us all” towards a no-deal Brexit…' The same warped logic, would see a burglar blaming the householder for not having stronger locks. https://t.co/Ye174Im8OC
— Kevin Meagher (@KevinPMeagher) June 14, 2019
This week, The Daily Telegraph’s star political columnist Allison Pearson successfully got management to delete one of her columns which complained about reality TV show “The Voice” because her daughter is auditioning for the show.
— Mark Di Stefano 🤙🏻 (@MarkDiStef) June 14, 2019