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Larry Pfeiffer 14h
How irresponsible, ! If this were true, the DNI, the ICIG, and the entire management chain of the offending officer’s agency would be on him/ her like a hammer! Instead the ICIG, your appointee, cites the complaint as both credible and urgent.
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David Priess 13h
If you find yourself defending Trump for things that you would have condemned Obama for— Reflect on your ethics. (Just as you should if you find yourself criticizing Trump for things you would have accepted from Obama.) Rediscover integrity.
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MSNBC 17h
"Rudy Giuliani should have no role in this scenario. He’s a civilian. He’s a personal lawyer of the president of the United States. He shouldn’t be going out to foreign governments representing our government." - Fmr. CIA Chief of Disguise Jonna Mendez
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David Priess 17h
New impeachable acts now seem to include not only bribery, explicitly impeachable per the Constitution, but also (even if defenders try to argue bribery wasn’t consummated and the attempt isn’t constitutional bribery) an explicitly impeachable high crime for *attempted* bribery.
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Robert De Niro 21h
We the People March in Washington, DC from the sixth floor of (a building with the First Amendment carved on its facade). This is what democracy looks like!
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Mark Hertling 19h
Excellent piece by . That POTUS uses extortion and abuse of power and then he and his supporters shamelessly excuse it as just another tool in a foreign policy kitbag is criminal.
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Mark Hertling 18h
As a supporter of rule of law, I’m a proud, dues-paying member of the deep state.
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Barbara in Vero Sep 21
Normal people are "shocked" at what we're pretty much numb to now. Think about it.
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tinacha2 Sep 21
“...the shock I felt hearing half an hour of unfiltered meanderings from the president of the United States made me wonder whether the editing does our readers a disservice.”
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Neal Katyal Sep 21
If nothing wrong, easy to show. Release the tape/transcript.
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Mark Hertling Sep 21
The Mexican congressman sitting on top of the wall giving a narrative makes the point.
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David Priess Sep 21
“Until now, there was room for reasonable disagreement over impeachment,” writes . “Now, however, we face an entirely new situation.... If this in itself is not impeachable, then the concept has no meaning.”
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Elise Hu Sep 20
Aussie reporter covers a full Trump presser: "Watching just one press conference helped me understand how the process of reporting about this president can mask and normalise his full and alarming incoherence." v
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Benjamin Wittes Sep 20
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Steven L. Hall Sep 20
Here’s a fact: I’ve never met an American intel officer or diplomat whose dream it was to become a whistle blower. It can damage or end a career pretty quickly.
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Kevin G Sep 20
Morell and general Hayden are 2 of my heroes and the thought of having both of them as a professor is awesome. I need to get in that program... 😬
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Benjamin Wittes Sep 20
To all the people who crowed about how Mueller did not prove “collusion” and therefore claimed that Trump had done nothing wrong: Trump found you useful. You did your part. Then he went quickly back to working with foreign governments to improperly influence US elections.
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John Sipher Sep 20
Replying to @RepAdamSchiff
Remedies for bribery and corruption is in the constitution, I think.
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Paul Rosenzweig Sep 20
So this is when I look at all my Republican friends who have hung in there with Trump and I say to them "how could you? How can you possibly look yourself in the mirror?"
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David Frum Sep 20
Winston? Franklin. I've got the 50 destroyers all ready for you. But first, I need a small favor. Can you get Scotland Yard to invent a story about how Wendell Wilkie's son might be mixed up in something bad? It would be a big help to me in November. x 8
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