STORY: U.S. Supreme Court weighs intervening in 'Dreamers' problem https://t.co/rvZ1N2khMo
— Lawrence Hurley (@lawrencehurley) February 16, 2018
Trump was married and Barron was a few months old, but he allegedly began a 9-month affair with ex-Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal—which she later detailed in a document obtained by New Yorker. @RonanFarrow details how Trump’s allies tried to cover it up. https://t.co/k4UAXlMQfI
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 16, 2018
The House Intel committee's memos were sent to the White House to declassify, in effect putting Trump, who is a subject of the ongoing investigation, in charge of evidence that could potentially be used against him. My latest: https://t.co/hG7Jbh7bFV
— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) February 15, 2018
— Talking Points Memo (@TPM) February 16, 2018
RNC staffers chanting "Crumbs!" As Andrew Gillum and PCCC rally commemorate Florida shooting victims pic.twitter.com/HRerQZzDCM
— Joshua Green (@JoshuaGreen) February 15, 2018
Media coverage is blaming failure to protect the Dreamers on things like "Washington," "legislative ineptitude," and "Congress."
This refusal to clearly convey that one side compromised and the other didn't now borders on outright disinformation:https://t.co/qHSWm7YygK pic.twitter.com/DMO5KJzrHk
— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) February 16, 2018
— memeorandum (@memeorandum) February 16, 2018
— The New Republic (@newrepublic) February 16, 2018
Re these comments from Senator Chuck Grassley today:
Sen Grassley was the lead Senate sponsor of a bill to make it easier for mentally ill people to buy guns -- it was a standalone bill; that's all it did.
It passed Congress a year ago today, and Pres. Trump signed it into law. https://t.co/cB2CyrHqfr
— Rachel Maddow MSNBC (@maddow) February 15, 2018
I’ll be replying to my own tweet with a collage of your network allowing political commentary from a few folks. https://t.co/WUGl1WQSLE
— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 16, 2018
Knee-jerk reaction @SpeakerRyan? There have been 25 school shootings since Columbine. 18 this YEAR.
After Pulse shooting- NOTHING
After Vegas- NOTHING
After Congressional Softball practice shooting- NOTHING https://t.co/JgDFkvwAmF↓ Story continues below ↓
— Stephanie Ruhle (@SRuhle) February 15, 2018
My brave take:
Heavily armed white nationalists encouraged by presidential rhetoric routinely murdering people is a threat to free speech, liberalism, and enlightenment values.
— Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias) February 15, 2018
The third most senior official at the Department of Veterans Affairs is stepping down amid findings she misled ethics officials to secure approval for VA Secretary David Shulkin’s wife to accompany him on taxpayer-funded trip to Europe.https://t.co/bgzTmRf2xQ
— Jason Leopold (@JasonLeopold) February 16, 2018
BREAKING: The Trump administration just backed down and settled our FOIA lawsuit to obtain the White House visitor logs they were trying to keep secret.
The public will have access to these records in the coming months. pic.twitter.com/57WIJ6Whtj
— Public Citizen (@Public_Citizen) February 15, 2018
Reporter: "Mr President why does this keep happening to America and will you do something about guns?"
Trump just walks away without saying anything. This is what moral cowardice looks like. #GunReformNow pic.twitter.com/98CxS3I6qB
— Remove Trump Now (@KaniJJackson) February 15, 2018
The brave Parkland students are doing something astonishing. They are instantly preempting disinfo & gaslighting by posting testimony, evidence, photos. And they have rallied to specifically to oppose the NRA. This is courageous grieving; they are warriors fighting for all of us.
— Virginia Heffernan (@page88) February 16, 2018
Scariest part of it all was knowing my little brother was right above me and not knowing if I would ever see him again. I’ve never really treated him the way he deserved. Not anymore. Seeing his face outside of school was the most relief I had ever felt. My prayers to all. pic.twitter.com/Iq8CHVNXd0
— Uncle Sam Zeif (@SzZeif) February 15, 2018
Trump's inaugural committee donated only $5 million to charity despite claims it would be more.
Melania Trump's friend's company was paid $26 million and *created in December 2016*–when cronies found out there was a gold rush to be had. https://t.co/4lbfGyFQpq
— Matt Ortega (@MattOrtega) February 15, 2018
Here we go again. Georgia, with its paperless (unverifiable) voting machines again “Says No Thanks To In-Depth Election Security Help From Feds.” #PaperBallotsNow #PaperBallots #ProtectOurVotes #GA06 via @marilynRMarks1 https://t.co/jRCdwRXFSH
— Jennifer Cohn (@jennycohn1) February 16, 2018
More articles about Amazon need to open with a quote from Francis Spufford's "Red Plenty." https://t.co/xA1Uj2DKsS
— Mike Konczal (@rortybomb) February 16, 2018
And then, just because: