Last night Speaker Nancy Pelosi sent a letter to House Democrats announcing that the House will vote to formalize the procedures in the ongoing impeachment inquiry of President Trump. She even sent out postcards. #LSSC pic.twitter.com/dudafSWg36
— The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) October 30, 2019
WATCH: House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) talks to Chuck Todd about the upcoming impeachment resolution in the House: “We don’t need the vote tomorrow, the court has indicated we can proceed as we have been proceeding.” #MTPDaily pic.twitter.com/hr3zuinoT0
— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) October 30, 2019
What's next: the resolution will be marked up tomorrow in committee then it's headed to the floor for a vote on Thursday.
— Taurean Small (@taureansmall) October 29, 2019
As I tell @JRubinBlogger here, @SpeakerPelosi “smartly avoids conceding” any prior infirmity (Judge Howell held there was none) while setting the stage for prompt public hearings without “further judicial jockeying”https://t.co/9YpfvIWzD4
— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) October 29, 2019
An official working on the impeachment inquiry said State Dept. official Catherine Croft was appearing today under subpoena, "[i]n light of an attempt by the White House and State Department to direct Catherine Croft not to appear."https://t.co/8zzumSDO6O
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) October 30, 2019
BREAKING: The lawyer for Trump's former NSA advisor John Bolton says he will not testify "voluntarily," but stands ready to "accept" a subpoena from Democrats. pic.twitter.com/DheBa9QQgk
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) October 30, 2019
"Multiple witnesses who place Bolton in critical stages during this entire fiasco…Bolton is going to survive beyond this Trump presidency… Some of that weighs in on a number of these witnesses who are not going to have their beds made"- @DonnaFEdwards w/ @NicolleDWallace pic.twitter.com/q4SkgFUiyr
— Deadline White House (@DeadlineWH) October 30, 2019
The dog was just a man in a dog suit all along? FFS. pic.twitter.com/Jcc9XB4BbB
— Huw (@ed_son) October 30, 2019
In 2016, the Reagan Library hosted a GOP primary debate—in which Republicans questioned if climate change even existed.
Now, the library is threatened by wildfires more intense than ever before, due to climate change. https://t.co/9guO1gftuS
— Julián Castro (@JulianCastro) October 30, 2019
Dramatic footage shows residents rushing to evacuate animals as they flee a fast-moving brush fire in Simi Valley, CA. Fueled by extreme Santa Ana winds, the Easy Fire spread to nearly 1,000 acres in just 3 hours. Scientists say the climate crisis is fueling wildfires nationwide pic.twitter.com/DsGKx0hqN5
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) October 30, 2019
Easy fire in Simi Valley, California
This horse went back into the blaze to get his family 😭
"Nobody left behind"
This is what love looks like. I'm crying ❤😭 pic.twitter.com/kfe2Jt4Lpx
— StanceGrounded (@_SJPeace_) October 30, 2019
— Joe Trippi (@JoeTrippi) October 30, 2019
Shuri Castle in Japan is engulfed in flames. The castle is a World Heritage site.
This makes me so, so sad. History vanishing before our eyes. https://t.co/hF4AJ6tONN
— Marina Amaral (@marinamaral2) October 30, 2019
Meanwhile, in things not in flames-ish…
Twitter has decided to prohibit all political advertising from its platform — a move that ramps up pressure on Mark Zuckerberg following his decision to allow all adverts paid for by politicians to appear on Facebook, even if they are misleading. https://t.co/jPywx0nKS0
— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) October 30, 2019
Twitter’s new ban on political ads is a silent challenge to Facebook. https://t.co/FXWmUYixdd
— Vox (@voxdotcom) October 30, 2019
Mark Zuckerberg has said he doesn't want the responsibility of blocking false political ads. If that's really the case, and not a desperate attempt to placate the far-right, Facebook should follow Twitter's lead and stop running political ads on its site altogether.
— Ron Wyden (@RonWyden) October 30, 2019
Twitter’s political ad ban is making all the right people mad online pic.twitter.com/QuTfuXxLK0
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 30, 2019
— Otto English (@Otto_English) October 30, 2019
NEW: The Brexit party is considering pulling out of hundreds of seats in what would be a game-changer for Boris Johnson's hopes of winning #ge2019.
The party is expected to announce its strategy on Friday.
— Sebastian Payne (@SebastianEPayne) October 30, 2019
Tomorrow’s @Telegraph front page:
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) October 30, 2019
I love the fact that Britain’s gutter press are prepared to Commission their own opinion polls that tell them what they want to hear and allow them to start the election campaign in the manner they intend to go with, I.e by telling serial lies to their readers, day after day. pic.twitter.com/CVfqzT3X2D
— John O’Brennan (@JohnOBrennan2) October 30, 2019
Nigel Farage is working with #BorisJohnson that's because the Tory party is UKIP/Brexit Party and the party of Bentham and Burke is now the party of Bannon. This the greatest fight since 1939 that we have faced…we cannot lose. No Passaran! pic.twitter.com/SwhYWseJTp
— The Ghost of Tom Paine (@EnPrimeurLefty) October 30, 2019
You cannot expect to win an overall majority without forming an election pact with the Lib Dems (one candidate per seat in marginal seats).
Want to get the Tories out of office? Be ruthless and opportunistic rather than stubborn and tribal.
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) October 30, 2019
Nicky Morgan, Amber Rudd,
Mims Davis, Antonine Sandbach are all quitting parliament. Tories had already lost Sarah Wollaston, Heidi Allen & Anna Soubry. A pattern here ?
— Nick Robinson (@bbcnickrobinson) October 30, 2019
Daniel Hannan's MEP group told to repay €535,000 in EU funds https://t.co/4Ea5gMDWO4
— Ed McMillan-Scott (@emcmillanscott) October 30, 2019
“Brexit is a nightmare.”
— BBC Debate Night (@bbcdebatenight) October 30, 2019
Brexit is a fraud on the people. Always was. Always will be. No benefit to Brexit – just a diminution in people's rights and freedoms and a poorer, less safe country. #ditchBrexit
— Jessica Simor QC (@JMPSimor) October 30, 2019