Opinion: The president loves to intensify a crisis and then declare victory by ending it https://t.co/MqAmQEGAdh
— POLITICO (@politico) June 21, 2019
Trump: I want to launch against Iran now.
Pence: Your fiery boldness inspires us all, sir.
Trump: Hold on, I've had second thoughts.
Pence: Sir, no president has ever had your sense of prudence and restraint. Let us all kneel in gratitude. https://t.co/dqa6G4cg5b
— Michael Freeman (@michaelpfreeman) June 21, 2019
— Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) June 21, 2019
— The Hill (@thehill) June 21, 2019
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) June 21, 2019
Chennai, India is a city of about 8.5 million, about the same size as Chicago.
It ran out of water this week. And it's exactly as dire as it sounds.
We are in a climate emergency. https://t.co/yI2zw5sj0K
— Eric Holthaus (@EricHolthaus) June 21, 2019
Climate hawks used to think (some still do?) that eventually climate disasters will get "so bad" that they force us to act. But @dwallacewells has it right: we will just acclimate. We already are. https://t.co/VYtBRgbZfV
— David Roberts (@drvox) June 21, 2019
Former Pink Floyd frontman sold off more than $21 million worth of his guitars, donating the money to a nonprofit environmental group. https://t.co/fSH1wPjI31
— HuffPost (@HuffPost) June 21, 2019
Dolphins are washing up dead at a disturbing rate this year — and scientists aren't sure why https://t.co/FzGCqYh6e6
— TIME (@TIME) June 21, 2019
Police were called to the address of UK prime minister favorite Boris Johnson to investigate concerns for the welfare of a woman after a neighbor heard a loud altercation https://t.co/BZgqIE5zQT pic.twitter.com/o8HY5oZ72p
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) June 21, 2019
— Laura Kuenssberg (@bbclaurak) June 21, 2019
Betting markets, I would love to see what this did to Boris' electability in a chart. Go! https://t.co/1YtoBPtpkF
— Brendan Hasenstab (@pierrepont) June 21, 2019
Even the paper that pays Johnson £5k a week is splashing on the domestic row story pic.twitter.com/5o2AdUck7W
— Matthew Garrahan (@MattGarrahan) June 21, 2019
Plato argued that the most important qualities in a statesman were truthfulness and expertise. Boris Johnson has spent his lifetime dealing in untruths https://t.co/8X58ZlAf5Y
— The Economist (@TheEconomist) June 21, 2019
If we'd had more principled, decent, honest journalists like @eddiemair, I doubt very much we'd now be in the utterly ridiculous predicament of this man presumably still being the favourite to become our PM. https://t.co/wLUzVv9KpZ
— Tim Walker (@ThatTimWalker) June 21, 2019
— Peter Jukes (@peterjukes) June 21, 2019