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Brandon Friedman
Media people in my feed (left) viewed Trump's Navy SEAL moment last night very differently from the veterans (right). A story in two images:
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Jennifer Powers Mar 1
Replying to @BFriedmanDC
The Katy Tur tweet is the first of a series of thoughts. It deviates from the others significantly.
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Tree Hugger Mar 1
1saw on TV last night disagree with him completely. POTUS remark about setting record for standing ovation
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John R. Walkup Mar 1
Pretty much sums up this election. Both sides firmly entrenched.
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☪️ Charles Gaba ✡️ Mar 1
I agree that ’s follow-up tweets put it in context, but most won’t read beyond the 1st…which she knew.
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Tree Hugger Mar 1
2 shows me that POTUS still feels this is a contest, a game, a sideshow. It's reality and we're stuck with him.
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Aaron Rogers Mar 1
Replying to @BFriedmanDC @jlina
I guess exploiting a widow of a man you negligently sent to his death makes you "presidential" wtf is wrong here?
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RogueTachyglossa Mar 1
Replying to @BFriedmanDC @janeevil
I read tweets of his supporters sometimes. It's like visiting another planet, amazing how vastly perspectives differ.
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ShineJob ⚛️☮️💜 Mar 1
Replying to @BFriedmanDC
i found it hard to watch, poor woman, imagine losing your husband so these billionaires can continue to exploit families abroad
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John Kenney Mar 1
To what extent were the later tweets responses to criticism, rather than initial thought?
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John English Mar 1
Replying to @BFriedmanDC
How did these same people feel about the Khan family speaking at the DNC? Consistent?
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Tony Clements Mar 1
I agree with on : His comment was almost as disgusting as Trump's using SEAL's death.
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nymjr7 Mar 1
Salty & cynical tweets from dolts like these 2 Just prove the speech was a huge success! 🇺🇸
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(((Ryan Wagman))) Mar 1
Replying to @BFriedmanDC
I, too, served in the military. I was on the side of the vets.
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rhshaw Mar 1
Replying to @BFriedmanDC
I agree with the veterans;it was the most cringe-worthy thing I've seen-exploiting the grief of a widow for applause. SAD!
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KC Mar 1
as the wife of a former Army Ranger I found the administration's exploitation of this womans grief deplorable.
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MaineSkin Mar 1
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Margi MacMurdo-Readi Mar 1
after only 2 weeks, you think she was thinking clearly?
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スコット Mar 1
Meanwhile, US cable news today running that moment shamelessly on perpetual loop.
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tijs71 Mar 1
is exploiting someone's grief for personal gain.... and tháts presidential?
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