— The Hill (@thehill) December 21, 2019
U.S. military and intelligence officials tracking North Korea’s actions by the hour say they are bracing for an imminent test of an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching American shores https://t.co/3YeZODw1eJ
— The New York Times (@nytimes) December 21, 2019
NEW: North Korea has expanded a factory linked to the production of long-range nuclear missiles, according to a new analysis of satellite photos provided to @NBCNews, bolstering a growing expectation the country soon will resume ballistic testing. https://t.co/WZb53Zz5vg
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) December 21, 2019
This is what Kim Jong-un riding horses up mountains has been about. The first of what one presumes is a series of meetings confirming North Korea’s military direction. Here, as they say, we go. pic.twitter.com/pykhJi99BD
— Alistair Coleman (@alistaircoleman) December 21, 2019
Australia fires: Death toll rises as fires sweep across three states https://t.co/W12YkQW8Rp
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) December 21, 2019
Australia’s most populous state, New South Wales, is paralyzed by what firefighters describe as “catastrophic” fire conditions amid soaring temperatures. One person has died. https://t.co/59KzwYoCcP
— The Associated Press (@AP) December 21, 2019
This is shocking…..In Australia's drought towns, angry residents rely on charity, not government, for water https://t.co/FhfdV0VuxJ
— Lenore Taylor (@lenoretaylor) December 21, 2019
PM: emissions are lower than they have been under any previous government.
Narrator: they aren't. https://t.co/Z1EIKZx4YK
— Josh Taylor (@joshgnosis) December 21, 2019
Jeremy Bash on report that Pres. Trump demanded Democrats drop spending bill's requirement for White House to release future aid to Ukraine: "The Russians are the main beneficiaries when the US withholds the aid."https://t.co/RS1FeMUcf0
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) December 21, 2019
Documents show Ukraine aid freeze ordered 91 minutes after Trump-Zelensky call.
— Stone 🥶 (@stonecold2050) December 21, 2019
— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) December 21, 2019
Trump is committing "felony bribery" by giving fundraising cash to GOP senators ahead of impeachment trial, former Bush ethics lawyer warns https://t.co/qjysQzZCMc. Can’t say this is a surprise. Yet another Impeachment count for #IMPOTUS, don’t you think @SpeakerPelosi?
— 🌊Laurie @EWarren 2020🌊 (@lauriedtmann) December 21, 2019
"They can vote with their feet by retiring — and a remarkable 40 percent of Republican members of Congress have done so or have been defeated at the ballot box since Mr. Trump took office.
"Or they can mute their criticism of him."https://t.co/EaEborz0Tm
— Chris Cillizza (@CillizzaCNN) December 21, 2019
Trump’s business was approved for trademarks in Argentina.
The US didn't restore tariffs it eliminated while the trademarks were under consideration until he got them.
It's no wonder that foreign governments have gotten the message: Trump is for sale.https://t.co/Xd6wBDoCtq
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) December 21, 2019
Trump's Food Stamps cuts will be devastating to Trump country https://t.co/YgJFKRmqL0
— Mother Jones (@MotherJones) December 21, 2019
President Trump’s signature campaign promise of a border wall has consistently faced political, legal, and environmental obstacles in Texas, which has the largest section of the U.S.-Mexico border, most of it without fencing.https://t.co/HskDUiJSBu
— TribLIVE.com (@TribLIVE) December 21, 2019
“This really is taking back control: but for one man only. The new bill affords Johnson almost unlimited power to do whatever he pleases, unchecked by even the most basic parliamentary scrutiny” from @jonlis1 #WithdrawalAgreementBill https://t.co/OxO9mh3BoO
— Laurie Johnston (@JohnstonLaurie) December 21, 2019
''Me and millions of Britons are grieving about Britain's lost soul'' says re-elected Europe-born MPhttps://t.co/WXsu4Mj7CY
— Marianne Velvart (@MarianneVelvart) December 21, 2019
Peace, prosperity and friendship with all nations are all exactly the opposite of what Brexit’s about. https://t.co/knCYCqWJwn
— Tim Walker (@ThatTimWalker) December 21, 2019
"The Home Office has been accused of ignoring more than 1,400 offers from local councils to house child refugees, prompting criticism that Boris Johnson’s government is defying its obligations to offer sanctuary to vulnerable minors." Hostile Environment! https://t.co/B9yqCgUB2N
— Edwin Hayward ('Slaying Brexit Unicorns' author) (@uk_domain_names) December 21, 2019
Shocked to my very core*. Laura Kuenssberg always seemed so neutral when reporting on politics 👀
*tbf it is the Express so it’s 50/50 whether this is an accurate quote or not https://t.co/2T3gwVcdfZ
— Ash Stronge (@ashstronge) December 21, 2019
🚨 #BREXITCAST IS BACK! 🚨
Adam, Laura and Katya take a look back at a bumper Brexit year…https://t.co/ppQ06uS3dv
— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) December 21, 2019