In the Tory leadership debate, the rare glimmers of truth were even more painful than the lies | Tom Peck https://t.co/MErppm6mtL
— The Independent (@Independent) June 18, 2019
Prime-ministerial contenders trade blows over Brexit https://t.co/OSmSu8hD4g
— Financial Times (@FT) June 18, 2019
There’s four drunks and a designated driver talking crap about me on the television pic.twitter.com/TyWVDaoO7c
— The Irish Border (@BorderIrish) June 18, 2019
— Niall McGarry (@MrNiallMcGarry) June 18, 2019
The way these guys say Saj, like he's their only Asian friend.
— Aditya Chakrabortty (@chakrabortty) June 18, 2019
Boris Johnson going for the “I’m sorry you feel that way” defence for his letterboxes comment on a split-screen next to an Imam really cannot have been the visual he was hoping for.
— James Ball (@jamesrbuk) June 18, 2019
Still at least we know why Boris Johnson was hiding now. He's shit. #OurNextPrimeMinister
— Otto English (@Otto_English) June 18, 2019
I think we can now see why Johnson’s camp were so keen to keep him hidden! A great hosing gush of unconvincing waffle whenever he opened his mouth, and a failure to prepare for even the most obvious pitfalls, eg Heathrow.
— Robert Harris (@Robert___Harris) June 18, 2019
"I won the debate," Michael Gove tells our political editor @NicholasWatt
"But back in Westminster you don't have much momentum do you?"
"I'm against momentum, Nick."
— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) June 18, 2019
You can hear Donald Tusk laughing all the way from Brussels. https://t.co/783OtaADPI
— David Yelland (@davidyelland) June 18, 2019
Donald Tusk: "Do not waste this time"
Tory leadership hopefuls: pic.twitter.com/g8GJ0klBl7
— Stahly (@Stahlyyy) June 18, 2019
This is insane. Brexit is the ultimate Pyrrhic victory for the Tory Party.pic.twitter.com/8gfsuALSaG
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) June 18, 2019
So committed to Brexit are members of the Conservative and Unionist Party that they would be willing to see Scotland (63%) and Northern Ireland (59%) leave the UK in order to secure it. https://t.co/9iJKlB292v pic.twitter.com/4j7bCPg6aK
— YouGov (@YouGov) June 18, 2019
Stop me if you’ve heard this one…
Jeremy Corbyn to move Labour’s position to endorse referendum and remain
— Sam Coates Sky (@SamCoatesSky) June 18, 2019
— ABC News (@ABC) June 18, 2019
The newspaper in Orlando, where the president is set to officially kick off his re-election bid Tuesday, has already announced its 2020 White House endorsement: anyone but Donald Trump https://t.co/KLdTVIHhtc
— POLITICO (@politico) June 18, 2019
“Unless you play a guitar”?
The Fake News doesn’t report it, but Republican enthusiasm is at an all time high. Look what is going on in Orlando, Florida, right now! People have never seen anything like it (unless you play a guitar). Going to be wild – See you later!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 18, 2019
This is Randal he tells me this is his 50th Trump rally and he “bleeds one colour; red, white and blue”. pic.twitter.com/35399n4CQR
— Charles Croucher (@ccroucher9) June 18, 2019
"Trump’s threat to unleash deportations — while a genuine humanitarian menace — is also a reminder that on his signature issue, Trump is caught in a feedback loop of failure." https://t.co/2DdZBk4Bd9
— ryan cooper (@ryanlcooper) June 18, 2019
This seems like a good time to remind everyone that the Trump administration is actively supporting a lawsuit that would rip away protections for 130 million Americans with pre-existing conditions while providing absolutely no alternative. https://t.co/itdRAPFnnl
— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) June 18, 2019
Four years ago Donald Trump slid down an escalator and changed America forever – but he'll need to do a lot more to win in 2020 https://t.co/0lr7GfKpyZ
— The Independent (@Independent) June 18, 2019
The US currently doesn't have:
— A Defense Secretary
— A Homeland Security Secretary
— A United Nations Ambassador
— A White House Chief of Staff https://t.co/uPfrgjnCL9
— Tim O'Brien (@TimOBrien) June 18, 2019
Bill Barr says he doesn't care about his legacy, and that "everybody dies." And that's fair: Life isn't a popularity contest. But when I'm gone, I'd like my wife, my daughter, and at least a handful of my fellow citizens to think I was something more than just a Mob lawyer.
— Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) June 18, 2019
He knows that when he leaves the White house he’s subject to criminal prosecution. He will NEVER leave willingly. https://t.co/iLXwyLFKqx
— Tom Steyer (@TomSteyer) June 17, 2019
moments ago, @SenateMajLdr McConnell on #Reparations: "I don't want reparations for something that happened 150 years ago…we've tried to deal with the original sin of slavery by passing civil rights legislation and electing an African American president…."
— Judy Woodruff (@JudyWoodruff) June 18, 2019
It is very unusual – perhaps entirely unprecedented – for such a high-ranking DOJ official to be involved in the specific prison designation for a particular inmate. Anyone else in this situation goes to Rikers and that’s that.https://t.co/wtHrP66hCp
— Elie Honig (@eliehonig) June 18, 2019
The strange, sad saga of Patrick Shanahan is part of a much bigger problem. https://t.co/EfssvFrfLv
— Slate (@Slate) June 18, 2019
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo: "We have been engaged in many messages, even this moment right here, communicating to Iran that we are there to deter aggression. President Trump does not want war." pic.twitter.com/JaUflgUN7V
— The Hill (@thehill) June 18, 2019
U.S.'s Hook to meet European officials on Iran in Paris next week https://t.co/K1bhWkGMBF
— Reuters Iran (@ReutersIran) June 18, 2019
“Trump says he will meet with China’s Xi at G-20 summit amid escalating trade war” https://t.co/D5pevZtRfy
— Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) June 18, 2019
Facebook Has a New Cryptocurrency, and It's Very Different From Bitcoin https://t.co/uts2BBtHVQ
— Jeffrey Levin (@jilevin) June 18, 2019
The great @drvox on the state of the necessary global energy transition (1/x): “First, we’re still moving in the wrong direction. Carbon emissions aren’t falling fast enough. In fact, they aren’t falling at all; they were up 1.7 percent in 2018.” https://t.co/AzhG62eRMS
— David Wallace-Wells (@dwallacewells) June 18, 2019