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Scott Gilmore
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Jason Markusoff 2h
A turning point for Trump: yes. But there is no tipping point, writes.
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Wesley 2h
House launches select committee probe into POTUS' electoral legitimacy. Entire conservative media calling for resignation. At least one GOP gov suggests secession. Some GOP state legislator shows up on WH lawn to perform citizen arrest of President Clinton for stealing election
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Maclean's Magazine 2h
: Either of these events would have destroyed a presidency. But when it comes to America's president, there is no tipping point.
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Scott Gilmore 2h
The President conspired to commit election fraud. This may be a turning point, but at this stage we have to concede Trump does not have a tipping point.
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Clare O'Connor 2h
Just taking a beat to remember the day 3 yrs ago when Michael Cohen told me he’d “ruin my life and take everything I have” because I wrote about Macy’s dumping his then-employer’s sweatshop suit brand. You reap what you sow, you absolute monster. 👋
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John Roberts 2h
Source close to tells Fox News "remember, the President cannot be indicted."
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Munir Hussain Aug 19
Shia woman rights activist on which Canada severed ties with Saudi Arabia was executed by Saudi criminal authority today.
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Eric Geller 3h
A sitting member of Congress is indicted and it's like the fourth biggest story of the day. Oh also he was the second lawmaker to endorse Trump. The first, Rep. Chris Collins, has also been indicted. This is real life.
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Neal Katyal 3h
Hunter indicted today. He was the second member of congress to endorse Trump’s candidacy. The first endorser was Chris Collins, who was indicted 2 weeks ago on federal insider trading charges. Feeling bad for whomever is No 3.
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Scott Gilmore 2h
Here are the original court documents detailing the crimes Cohen admits to committing and the connections to the President, his corporation, and his campaign:
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Scott Gilmore 3h
CNN is saying the President is "potentially" implicated in a federal crime. Cohen pled guilty in court today, citing that he committed the crime at "the candidates" direction. How is Trump not implicated?
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Scott Gilmore 3h
So, tonight Trump will either treat us to his greatest tweet storm, or invade Saskatchewan?
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Scott Gilmore 4h
Replying to @smsaideman
During Watergate, prosecutors explicitly and famously described Nixon as an "unindicted co-conspirator". I was curious if they had chosen to do the same thing, given the historic implications, with Trump.
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Scott Gilmore 4h
Replying to @smsaideman
But nothing today explicitly called him that? (Even though he is clearly "the candidate", clearly part of a conspiracy, and clearly not indicted.)
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Scott Gilmore 4h
The other shoe is about to drop. (How many shoes is that now?)
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Scott Gilmore 4h
Does this officially make the President an "un-indicted co-conspirator"?
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Jeffrey Toobin 4h
Cohen committed crimes "In co-ordination with, and at the direction of" . Thus, President appears to be co-conspirator and/or aider and abettor of a federal crime.
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Scott Gilmore 4h
Replying to @NoRacistLogo
...arguing it's primary reason implies different policies will allow these communities to prosper. Experience in literally every country in the world shows this won't happen. And acknowledging historic wrongs, while necessary, won't make remote towns economically competitive. 2/2
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Scott Gilmore 4h
Replying to @NoRacistLogo
Hi Jean-Paul. I don't disagree with anything you wrote. But how do you account for the fact that there is a universal correlation, from China to Italy to Canada, between remoteness and prosperity? I agree Cdn policies have stacked the deck against indigenous communities, but...1/
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Scott Gilmore 4h
I wrote this week about how Cdns are wealthier and healthier in cities. But pointed out I am wrong about happier, at least according to this study:
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