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David Corn
D.C. bureau chief of Mother Jones, MSNBC analyst, & author (with ) of the NYT No. 1 best-selling book RUSSIAN ROULETTE.
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Tom Nichols 21m
When I push back against the people who say "American democracy is hopeless," I see something like this and then I think: well maybe
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Hannity: "I don’t vet the information on this program that I give out." There you go.
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David Corn 2h
Shows you how crazy *and* fascistic they can be.
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Porter Anderson 4h
Media: to on attorney Joe diGenova saying Chris Krebs should be shot: "I don't know what happened to DiGenova, he used to be the US Atty in DC, he once was a respected legal figure. He's saying these deranged things, abhorrent."
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David Corn 3h
I am glad he wants to help the 47 percent and others. Go, Mitt!
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David Corn 3h
But Hugo Chavez told them!
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David Corn 3h
Look at the bullshit grift the Trump campaign is sending out today to raise money....
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David Corn 4h
SCOOP: stands to gain financially if her husband's company, Intercontinental Exchange, succeeds in exploiting pandemic conditions to expand its hold on the digital mortgage business. Please read and RT.
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David Corn 4h
JUST POSTED: At the time was opposing extending COVID relief aid, her husband, CEO of Intercontinental Exchange, was profiting off the pandemic with an $11b deal that would allow him to gain much control of the digital mortgage business.
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David Corn 4h
What a bad parent you are! She should be watching "The Wire."
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David Corn 4h
SCOOP: opposed extending COVID aid. But at the same time, Intercontinental Exchange, her husband's firm (in which she owns up to $25M in stock), was trying to profit off the pandemic. Please read, RT, and like my latest article
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Michael Grunwald Nov 30
One odd thing about Rahm getting considered for Transportation Secretary is that in 2009, Rahm almost singlehandedly killed a $450B Democratic transportation bill to avoid a gas tax debate - in my opinion, the worst political and policy blunder of the Obama era.
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David Corn 18h
Lock him up? (After a trial and full due process, of course.)
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David Corn 18h
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David Corn 18h
What if they stopped following politics and refused to watch Fox? A true owning of the libs.
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David Corn 18h
So he’s leaving as the pandemic intensifies? Not sure what that says about him. But it’s probably beneficial to the rest of the nation.
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Olivia of Troye 18h
You caused immeasurable harm during your tenure by spreading false narratives, further dividing America on this pandemic & derailing the efforts of WH TF members , , & after they’d already been put through hell. BYE!
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David Corn 20h
Nothing but the best people for Trump....DiGenova is trying to keep up with Bannon on the death-threat front. This is where the Trump crazy has led to. And GOP elected officials refuse to call it out. Also shows you how credible Trump’s legal team is.
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David Corn 20h
No, it’s Trump’s latest cognitive test! How did you get it?
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David Corn 20h
Makes no sense. He must think his audience is dumb.
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