— Frances Townsend (@FranTownsend) November 5, 2019
Quite breathtaking that we’re not being allowed to read this, except that nothing is breathtaking any more. https://t.co/8l99s3pLex
— alan rusbridger (@arusbridger) November 5, 2019
Security officials say secret Russia report being blocked by Boris Johnson government can be published immediately https://t.co/2csLZ0tKGI
— Martin Oxley #ProEU #FBPE #Remain #Reform #Renew (@martin_oxley) November 5, 2019
Ignore the mealy-mouthed denials, untruths and obfuscations being spewed out by Johnson's ragtag band of mendacious minions on the Russia report.
Instead listen to Dominic Grieve clearly explain as to why everything the govt has claimed is total bullshitpic.twitter.com/Jbiou2I3QI
— Graham Lithgow (@grahamlithgow) November 5, 2019
Just hours before Parliament is dissolved, Intelligence & Security Cttee chair is still trying to get his Russia report out. Govt briefing yesterday was explicit that No10 will not be able to clear it in time. But “pressure is building” says an ally of Dominic Grieve. We’ll see!
— Mark Urban (@MarkUrban01) November 5, 2019
"Bogus… outrageous… horrifying": Dominic Grieve didn't hold back when telling James O'Brien about the government's refusal to publish a report into Russian interference.@mrjamesob | #RussiaReport https://t.co/9FLhaNoa5U
— LBC (@LBC) November 5, 2019
"For me, this moment is bigger than party politics."
— Dominic Grieve for Beaconsfield (@DominicGrieve1) November 4, 2019
— Cathy Newman (@cathynewman) November 4, 2019
Watch this video now, with what we know about Boris Johnson not wanting to release the #RussiaReport
Tell me there’s nothing to see here 👀
— Labour's Black PLP #RegisterToVote (@LaboursBlackPLP) November 5, 2019
.@SecPompeo and Trump fixer "attorney general" Barr are at the core of an effort to turn the entire US government, including our foreign policy, into an attempt to cover up the GOP's collusion with the Kremlin to hijack the 2016 election and to rig 2020. https://t.co/1uWv27TV1i
— Steve Silberman (@stevesilberman) November 5, 2019
Rand Paul in 2016 acknowledged Russian interference in the US election to help Donald Trump but thought it "naive" and "partisan hysteria" for Americans to object to Russian interference https://t.co/MQflP3tJIA
— David Frum (@davidfrum) November 5, 2019
— David Frum (@davidfrum) November 5, 2019
So Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump were vacationing with Dmitry Rybolovlev in Dubrovnik in summer 2016. The same Rybolovlev who bought Trump's Palm Beach mansion in 2008 for $95 million and sold it in 2019 for $37 million. Not $$ laundering??? https://t.co/PoW0DBufPR
— Michael Carpenter (@mikercarpenter) November 4, 2019
Among the details in newly released Mueller memos: How Trump campaign officials worked to pin 2016 DNC hack on Ukraine instead of Russia before Trump was even elected, and how the Trump campaign relied on leaks to pump up their poll numbers. https://t.co/sFNv23Z1fh
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) November 3, 2019
Trump offers Putin aid to fight forest fires while threatening to withhold aid from California. Like a traitor. https://t.co/pIQZQ8SDxU
— Bradley Whitford (@BradleyWhitford) November 5, 2019
Now that we know just how much Trump conspired with Russia to attack America, I'd like to revisit my <THREAD> of Dec 11, 2016. Line by line. Because that story is now the subject of this IMPEACHMENT. https://t.co/2xb1gGsDEJ
— Eric Garland (@ericgarland) November 3, 2019
WATCH: @chrislhayes on the similarities between Trump’s rhetoric of 'Read the transcript’ and ‘Russia, if you’re listening:’
— All In with Chris Hayes (@allinwithchris) November 5, 2019
"The Trump campaign has held at least 15 contests since 2018 offering the chance to win breakfast, lunch, or dinner with President Trump…An investigation by Popular Information, however, did not uncover evidence that anyone has ever actually won." https://t.co/Pkc46Vo8GJ
— Julia Ioffe (@juliaioffe) November 4, 2019
Say what you will but we Americans are very sophisticated. https://t.co/prdpBtPNSg
— George Marinelli (@GeorgeMarinelli) November 5, 2019
1970: One more lane will fix it.
1980: One more lane will fix it.
1990: One more lane will fix it.
2000: One more lane will fix it.
2010: One more lane will fix it.
— Urban Planning & Mobility (@urbanthoughts11) November 4, 2019