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Rep. Nadler
Representing parts of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Proud to serve as the Chair of . Follow me at
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Rep. Nadler 5h
Having recognized the manipulative content in this video, ⁦⁦⁩ should take it down entirely. It is not enough to just label this as fake. When lies and falsehoods are deliberately pushed, action is needed to stop them from spreading.
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Rep. Nadler 5h
When I call on to present the House with an actionable COVID19 relief package, it isn't about politics. It's about the countless American workers & small businesses who don't know how they'll make it to tomorrow. , you must do more.
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Rep. Nadler Aug 1
With more than 150,000 dead due to COVID19, our economy in a free fall, and federal unemployment benefits lapsing for millions of Americans, does President Trump really have nothing better to do than take down a social platform he does not like?
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Rep. Nadler Jul 31
Could not agree more with , , and so many others – campaigns and politicians should respect musicians and songwriters and not play their music without the consent of artists.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 31
Rent is due tomorrow. With enhanced federal unemployment benefits now expired, millions of Americans simply don't know how they'll afford to make ends meet. What is waiting for?! It's time to pass the Heroes Act.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 30
Today, as we celebrate the 55th anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid becoming law, I remain just as committed to not only protecting these vital programs but to expanding them so that every American can access affordable healthcare. We must pass .
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Rep. Nadler Jul 30
I'm immensely proud to serve as Chair of & even prouder of the Committee's recent work. Read my latest e-Newsletter about the passage of the NO BAN Act, the Access to Counsel Act, and our continued efforts to hold the President to account.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 30
I've consistently pushed for Congress to support —not only is it a vital lifeline for so many Americans, a vibrant USPS ensures Americans can safely participate in our democracy. We cannot allow ' crucial services to be eroded.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 30
Let’s be clear: Trump does not have the ability to delay the election. Our elections are enshrined in the Constitution. The Constitution also says that if the date of the election is to be changed, it must be changed by Congress.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 29
Aren’t you supposed to be working on the Senate GOP COVID relief package? You know, the one that prioritizes buying more fighter jets to fight the pandemic. Millions of Americans are crying out for action in response to COVID19, and here you are trolling me on twitter.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 29
You trolling me to try and pick up more followers, Senator? I am heartened to know you have concern for the legal justification for unmarked agents snatching people off the street.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 29
America's public transit—which tens of millions rely on every day—are hurting. As they bear the financial burden of COVID19, they need our support. Proud to join , , and 100+ other Members in fighting for federal funds for public transit.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 29
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Rep. Nadler Jul 29
Today, during 's big tech antitrust investigation hearing, I asked Mark Zuckerberg to explain how Facebook's 2012 purchase of Instagram—a direct competitor—was not a prime example of anti-competitive monopolization. Zuckerberg's answer proved my point.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 29
Replying to @RepJerryNadler
Amazon, Google, Facebook, and Apple dominate America's digital economy—their power is as vast as the monopolistic railroads in the 1880s. Our antitrust laws must be strong enough—and willingly enforced—to ensure competition in the online marketplace endures.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 29
"I have long believed...that concentration of power in any form—especially concentration of economic or political power—is dangerous to a democratic society." Watch my opening statement from today's hearing with the CEOs of Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and Google.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 29
Today, hears from the CEOs of Amazon, Google, Facebook, & Apple. I look forward to their participation as the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law continues its investigation into big tech and market competition.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 29
Thank you for bringing this up . When people refuse to take COVID19 seriously, they put everyone around them—including our loved ones—at risk. I lost a friend this week to the virus, so don’t tell me not to be urging Members to take this seriously.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 29
I want to wish ⁦⁩ a full & speedy recovery. When individuals refuse to take the necessary precautions it puts everyone at risk. I’ve regularly instructed all Members to wear their masks and hope this is a lesson by all my colleagues.
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Rep. Nadler Jul 28
For those in NY-10 with immediate food needs: at 11 AM tomorrow, July 29th, is joining to distribute free food (including fresh meat, fresh produce, and shelf-stable products) at Lincoln Center Plaza. To learn more, go to
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