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Bill Kristol retweeted
Donald J. Trump 2 Feb 17
Congratulations to Rex Tillerson on being sworn in as our new Secretary of State. He will be a star!
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Bill Kristol 2h
I think I'll just tweet this each time Trump embarrasses us: Every Republican elected official, operative, donor, and voter who supports Trump for renomination is endorsing an additional and even more dangerous four years for this man manifestly unfit for the office he holds.
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Bill Kristol 3h
Hamburg was the July, 2017 meeting after which Trump personally took away his interpreter's notes and instructed the interpreter not to discuss the meeting with other administration officials.
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Bill Kristol 4h
Replying to @BillKristol
sorry — substitute “a” for the second “always”
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Bill Kristol 4h
As always, on campaign logos is always must read. Here he is on Bill de Blasio and Brexit. "Bill de Blasio is the mayor of New York City which is the design capital of the world...How could he have launched a presidential campaign with this?"
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Bill Kristol retweeted
George Conway 4h
“I don’t do cover-ups.”
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Bill Kristol 4h
Mulder and Scully are investigating.
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Bill Kristol 5h
Donald J. Trump: "I don't do coverups." One (among several) attempted coverups: Trump ordered McGahn to tell Rosenstein that "Mueller has to go." McGahn resisted. When this was reported later, Trump told McGahn to deny it and write a letter "for our records" changing his story.
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Bill Kristol 15h
37%: Trump should be reelected in 2020. 60%: It is time to have someone new in the Oval Office.
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Bill Kristol 15h
"Trump walked in, didn’t shake anyone’s hand or sit in his seat...He then left the room before anyone else could speak." Congressional leaders should politely inform the White House that when Trump next wants to meet with them, he can come to the Capitol.
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Bill Kristol 22h
Since was once a cut or two more impressive than most of his colleagues—or so it seemed—this comes once more to mind: “For sweetest things turn sourest by their deeds; Lilies that fester smell far worse than weeds.”
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Bill Kristol 22h
Whom are you going to believe? A team of Navy SEALS who courageously stepped forward to tell the truth about what they saw repeatedly with their own eyes? Or the team of Trumpy talkers at Fox and Friends?
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Bill Kristol retweeted
Jim Swift 23h
On today's podcast, joins host to talk about the court battles over the power of the congressional subpoena. Will there be a clear winner in the oversight vs. executive privilege bout?
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Charlie Sykes May 22
Replying to @BulwarkOnline
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Charlie Sykes May 22
My new newsletter: Morning Shots, quick hits, cheap shots, and deep thoughts in your mailbox every morning: Today: Tipping pt on impeachment.. Bad news for Beto… Humbling Kobach… Roger Stone’s new gig… Mueller’s shyness…. the GOP’s Hive Mind at work…
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¡El Sooopèrr! ن c137 May 21
Thoroughly engrossing and informative podcast with on global economics and putting our current state in historic economic context. On my second listen, will do a third. And pick up his book.
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Marina Rustow May 21
Maimonides, draft pages of the Guide to the Perplexed (autographs, online at ).
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Bill Kristol May 22
His self-abasement before Trump brought this interesting piece to mind.
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Bill Kristol May 22
Disgraceful, from someone who knows better, or once did.
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Bill Kristol May 21
Isn’t it more the opposite? Politics at its best is the ascent from loyalty to a person to a party to an idea. But it’s easy—to some degree inevitable—to slide back down, first to partisanship, then tribalism.
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