never has a day felt more like a Friday and yet been so far away from an actual Friday
— Phil Mattingly (@Phil_Mattingly) July 17, 2019
Theresa May & Jeremy Corbyn at their mutual worst at her penultimate #PMQs. You’re racist. No you’re racist. You hate Jews. You hate Muslims. No apology or sincerity from either. Weaponising prejudice for political point scoring. Neither party is tackling its own bigotry
— Ayesha Hazarika (@ayeshahazarika) July 17, 2019
It’s May’s penultimate #PMQs. Corbyn goes in on climate change. @SKinnock on our PMQs panel thought he’d go in on No Deal. May ignores his question and raises anti-semitism issue “you still haven’t opened your eyes, you have failed the test of leadership. Apologise now”
— Beth Rigby (@BethRigby) July 17, 2019
“Anti-Semitism has no place in our society, no place in any of our parties and no place in any of our dialogue”
— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) July 17, 2019
What has it come to in the Labour Party when the only way Labour peers feel they can communicate with their leader @jeremycorbyn is to pay to take out an advert in @guardian! No major party has ever been this dysfunctional pic.twitter.com/tJU1QeVo50
— Robert Peston (@Peston) July 17, 2019
This #PMQs is painful. Tories haven’t got a leg to stand on: Windrush, the hostile environment and their failure to tackle Islamophobia. But @jeremycorbyn has lost the moral high ground through his failure to act on antisemitism – is instead left throwing mud from the gutter.
— Wes Streeting MP (@wesstreeting) July 17, 2019
The penultimate May/Corbyn #PMQs underway. I remember when it was always “your Welsh NHS is worse than my English NHS.”
Now it’s your antisemitism is worse than my Islamophobia.
British politics is an embarrassment.
— Tom Peck (@tompeck) July 17, 2019
Cricket mentioned considerably more at this #PMQs than Brexit.
106 days to go.
— Lewis Goodall (@lewis_goodall) July 17, 2019
Happy to debate scale of negative impact of No Deal on the economy – but terrifying that someone this close to a potential future government can think we’d actually be better off by adding barriers to access to our largest market. https://t.co/abs2D0vMrw
— Philip Hammond (@PhilipHammondUK) July 17, 2019
I don't remember "9 million slaughtered sheep" on the side of the bus https://t.co/I5zGQxwJCR
— Jim Pickard (@PickardJE) July 17, 2019
The Great Betrayal by Rod Liddle review – a disingenuous, dishonest Brexit polemic https://t.co/F5AS1csV0H
— Fintan O'Toole (@fotoole) July 17, 2019
oh and, in what passes for the real world….
UK's renting millennials face homelessness crisis when they retire https://t.co/45BEsk2UlJ
— Guardian news (@guardiannews) July 17, 2019
in summary, then…
America deserves a damn sight better than a racist like Trump, as we deserve better than Johnson and Corbyn. https://t.co/duO56b6iHi
— Tim Walker (@ThatTimWalker) July 17, 2019
— The Hill (@thehill) July 17, 2019
Trump’s ‘go back to your country’ is a classic hate crime trope pic.twitter.com/HiCmGjTGHm
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) July 17, 2019
The House voted Tuesday night to condemn President Trump's racist language, capping off a tumultuous couple of hours on Capitol Hill, including a brief time in which House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was barred from speaking in the chamber. https://t.co/wAtadWKmqG pic.twitter.com/qpqJXPArAf
— CNN (@CNN) July 17, 2019
— Mother Jones (@MotherJones) July 17, 2019
Birtherism. "You lie." Radical obstructionism. "Top priority" making Obama a one term President. Holding economy hostage over debt ceiling. Pointless govt shutdowns. Sending a letter to Iran saying Obama didn't speak for the USA. Hyperbolic criticism while Obama overseas. Etc Etc https://t.co/uI0dGeFnFM
— Ben Rhodes (@brhodes) July 16, 2019
Edward hits the mark, as always. Trump is the real anti-American by denying the US's unique and successful history as a melting pot for immigrants https://t.co/k1dYJWAueO
— Philip Coggan (@econbartleby) July 17, 2019
It is very likely that many of Trump's own advisers don't believe his racist attacks are good politics for him.
— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) July 17, 2019
CNN journalist to Trump supporter and secretary of state for Kansas.
"Would you vote for a racist republican nominee?"
Long, awkward pause
"It depends who's running against him"
— hardeep singh kohli (@misterhsk) July 17, 2019
Kellyanne Conway asks reporter 'what's your ethnicity?' while being grilled on Trump's racist tweets pic.twitter.com/Pqxm0TH6ZE
— The Independent (@Independent) July 17, 2019
How Trump stopped worrying and learned to love the Iran nuclear deal https://t.co/taeq8Eq5Yy
— Blake News (@blakehounshell) July 17, 2019
Sudan’s military leaders sign power sharing deal with protesters https://t.co/KOXWDlKsxp
— Financial Times (@FT) July 17, 2019
Projecting the Saturn V on the Washington Monument was a very cool idea, kudos to everyone who made this happen pic.twitter.com/2TYBcf1yni
— Josh Billinson (@jbillinson) July 17, 2019
and, a voice of sanity is silenced…
— BBC News Africa (@BBCAfrica) July 16, 2019
The Nelson Mandela Foundation mourns the passing of a musical icon and a freedom fighter Johnny Clegg. We are blessed to have seen him. We will keep singing Asimbonanga. We will keep working for the country of his dreams. Hamba kahle qhawe lamaqhawe. pic.twitter.com/N72BrpOW8B
— NelsonMandela (@NelsonMandela) July 16, 2019