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corey robin May 28
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corey robin May 28
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corey robin May 28
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And here's the piece I was riffing off of.
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πŸ“‰ πŸ”„ 🌱 May 28
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Is it "rhetorical rather than material" with intent for something more? I hope that question remains rhetorical.
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Pandra Pendragon May 28
It would be hard for Democrats to impeach Trump for violating citizens' rights when Obama allowed the same things. This change in the way government is viewed didn't come about without agency -- elite politicians chose it and journalists praised its effectiveness.
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John Shaplin May 28
By expanding the definition of emoluments Democrats are actually trying to set a precedent. And with all the self-enrichment that goes on in Washington voters are likely to see these efforts as unfairly singling out Trump.
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John Shaplin May 28
What strikes me in the comparison is that Nixon probably could have go everything he wanted from headquarters at the Watergate by hacking their computers with a near foolproof disguise, and the DNC not even aware he had done it.
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Ben Rosengart May 28
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You know you’re allowed to attach up to 4 images to a tweet?
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