If Trump’s explanation for why he botched his Putin press conference didn’t sound believable, there was a reason—even he didn’t buy it https://t.co/1UIDMhpmTp
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) July 18, 2018
But didn’t clarify in Hannity interview immediately after? https://t.co/04ELB2Uz16
— Ryan Lizza (@RyanLizza) July 17, 2018
A vote for an @GOP is a vote for Vladimir Putin. With only @RandPaul, @SeanHannity & @TuckerCarlson in his corner, @realdonaldtrump decided "clarifying" one word would erase the multiple times he betrayed our nation in the last 48 hrs. #ImpeachTrump @GOP https://t.co/3VJBIFYQn5
— UFB (@Unfreakin) July 18, 2018
#Trump meant #Wouldnt every time I said Mexico would pay for the wall, he would get you better healthcare, he would hire the best people and the best one he would protect the US from all threats foreign and domestic. #TRE45ON
— storeyy (@leanleft1) July 18, 2018
That Trump took OUT language saying anyone involved in the meddling should be brought to justice is as appalling as that he wrote in the lie that there was no collusion. pic.twitter.com/maBkjBpXwe
— emptywheel (@emptywheel) July 17, 2018
— Greg Greene (@ggreeneva) July 18, 2018
I wouldn't dare post this meme.
Let me fix that.
I meant **would** pic.twitter.com/sdRgTYW4o6
— JanF #GlovesOff #WhereAreTheGirls (@cookiechico) July 18, 2018
— Slate (@Slate) July 18, 2018
Russia wants to charge former Ambassador Michael McFaul and several U.S. intelligence officials with financial crimes https://t.co/zRdbgcgUiO
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) July 17, 2018
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) July 18, 2018
While I had a great meeting with NATO, raising vast amounts of money, I had an even better meeting with Vladimir Putin of Russia. Sadly, it is not being reported that way – the Fake News is going Crazy!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 17, 2018
— The Hill (@thehill) July 18, 2018
Not since the Civil War when John Tyler went over to the Confederacy has the word "treason" been raised about a president in such a prominent way. https://t.co/a4pl5h6YM6
— Peter Baker (@peterbakernyt) July 17, 2018
— вяєт fυςкιтσℓ (@crewislife) July 18, 2018
No White House news briefing on the schedule for Wednesday.
— WHCA (@whca) July 18, 2018
ELSEWHERE IN TRUMPWORLD
Grand jury approves indictment of Russian national Maria Butina https://t.co/ETgpXfzg4S
— Jeffrey Levin (@jilevin) July 17, 2018
The House Intel Committee had a chance to interview Maria Butina, the Russian intel officer charged for working to create a “Kremlin backchannel” with the NRA — @housegop BLOCKED it. Congress should subpoena NRA to see if Russian money was funneled through NRA in 2016 election.
— Rep. Eric Swalwell (@RepSwalwell) July 16, 2018
NEWS: Rep. ROHRABACHER tells me he could be the lawmaker referenced in the Butina indicment.
Also, he says indictment is "stupid" and that it's the "deep state" trying to poison the U.S.-Russia relationship.https://t.co/CfU7pHoKWC
— Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) July 17, 2018
A reminder that Donald Jr had dinner with Butina, a Russian spy who was indicted today – shortly before he hosted the June 9 meeting at Trump Tower with more Russians.
— Amy Siskind (@Amy_Siskind) July 17, 2018
Academics have scrapped Facebook’s political ads database and now we know who the big spenders are. https://t.co/P6u4enbJKP
— Sheera Frenkel (@sheeraf) July 18, 2018
Come on Keir, we've been seeking to improve Brexit for 2 years and things have never looked so bad. All we've got to show for it are lower living standards, a slide to the right and failed amendments.
It's time to oppose Brexit in the national interest.https://t.co/dUKHkK2t8i
— LabourAgainstBrexit #FBPE (@Labour4EU) July 17, 2018
"At every level — from day-to-day politics… to the small print of the bill — the [UK] government is seeking to maximise its own power & limit that of MPs & peers.
If it's parliamentary sovereignty you’re looking for, you've come to the wrong Brexit." https://t.co/IuDeOp6lYQ
— Katy Hayward (@hayward_katy) July 17, 2018
Shocking cheating by Theresa May’s govt.
Jo Swinson MP was ‘paired’ with a Tory MP so that Jo’s absence (on maternity leave) would be counterbalanced by absence of an MP who would vote in opposite direction.
It’s a standard mechanism.
But the Tory MP sneaked a vote anyway. https://t.co/fNNuuq728Z
— Mike Galsworthy (@mikegalsworthy) July 17, 2018
— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) July 17, 2018
#BBCnews 17th July 2018:
"The European Union and Japan have signed one of the world's biggest free trade deals, covering nearly a third of the world's GDP and 600 million people."
— David Ash #FBPE (@DavidAsh_Author) July 17, 2018
.@realDonaldTrump says Beijing could be undermining nuclear talks between Washington and Pyongyang because of anger over the escalating U.S.-China trade war. But experts say Trump’s own mishandling of the talks has caused the disarray.https://t.co/lF8Je7nQB1
— Foreign Policy (@ForeignPolicy) July 18, 2018
Piss away off round your own door…
Meet the woman who decides what Google's emoji look like https://t.co/0ddehlim5G
— CNBC (@CNBC) July 18, 2018