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Seth Abramson
Attorney (HLS 2001). Professor. Journalist. NYT bestselling author. columnist also + more. New work: .
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Seth Abramson 20h
With the election over and the transition officially beginning, I'm going to try once again (fingers crossed) to take a Twitter vacation. I'll return here no matter what, but I do need a brief rest first. I look forward to speaking with you all again soon!
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Kaitlan Collins 23h
Trump seems to say he instructed Emily Murphy to take this step. Murphy said in her letter to Biden that she came to the decision independently "based on the law and available facts. I was never directly or indirectly pressured by any Executive Branch."
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Seth Abramson 20h
NOPE. Republicans have squeaked by in elections for two decades now—winning the presidency by 1 state (537 votes) in 2000, 1 state (50,000 vote swing) in 2004, 77,000 total votes in 2016. All those presidents governed like they had a mandate. Biden should do *exactly* the same.
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Kyle Griffin 21h
Schumer: "This is probably the closest thing to a concession that Pres. Trump could issue. Let us all now — Democrats and Republicans, the Trump Administration and the incoming Biden Administration — unite together for a smooth and peaceful transition that will benefit America."
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Seth Abramson 20h
Replying to @SteveLemme @JWackB
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Seth Abramson Nov 23
PASS IT ON—there's now universal agreement in America's public health community that no one should be leaving their home to go to anyone else's home for Thanksgiving. If you do so, you're increasing the danger to your community and state hospital systems at their breaking points.
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Seth Abramson Nov 23
Replying to @SethAbramson
(PS2) When people say they're proud to be blocked by someone—admittedly, an odd past-time—I always think to myself that being blocked by Flynn on Twitter is my own badge of honor. Few men have done more to harm America's interests since 2015. Gorka and Dobbs blocked me, but so?
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Seth Abramson Nov 23
Replying to @SethAbramson
(PS) I've said since Macmillan published my book Proof of Conspiracy in 2019 that Flynn is one of the most dangerous men in America—alongside Giuliani, Bannon, Prince, Don Jr., and DiGenova—but in this I'm really just echoing what President Obama warned Trump of in November 2016.
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Seth Abramson Nov 23
Sidney Powell's interest in cyberintelligence, Soros, Kremlin-spread disinformation on the Clinton Foundation, and Venezuelan oligarchs reeks of her client Flynn, suggesting he's trying to tamper with a second straight election. He's *openly* engaged with this post-election coup.
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Seth Abramson Nov 23
Replying to @SethAbramson
(PS2) Trump has pushed the Dominion conspiracy theory as hard as Powell, so it wasn't her conspiracy theories that sank her. Besides the possibilities I just noted, her veiled attack on Senate GOP candidates—which Joni Ernst (R-IA) took umbrage with—may also have played a role.
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Seth Abramson Nov 23
Replying to @SethAbramson
(PS) Potential reasons for firing Powell include the optics of her teary presser; her feud with Trump adviser Tucker Carlson; the attention she might draw to Rudy's Venezuela work; and the logistics of Trump pardoning Flynn. Her crazy theories would *not* have been disqualifying.
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Seth Abramson Nov 23
BREAKING (CNN): Mike Flynn Lawyer Sidney Powell—Who Accused Trump Ally Brian Kemp of Conspiring with the CIA and Venezuelan Communists—Was Indeed "Fired" From Trump's Legal Team (Note: Trump Lawyer Giuliani Continues to Represent a Venezuelan Oligarch Tied to Putin Puppet Maduro)
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Seth Abramson Nov 23
PASS IT ON—there's now universal agreement in America's public health community that no one should be leaving their home to go to anyone else's home for Thanksgiving. If you do so, you're increasing the danger to your community and state hospital systems at their breaking points.
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Seth Abramson Nov 23
Unraveling the last 5+ years of clandestine contacts between Netanyahu, MBS, MBZ, the Trump administration, and the various parties' many agents is one of the Herculean tasks now facing America's national security establishment as it tries to prevent a new war in the Middle East.
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Carl Bernstein Nov 22
Replying to @CNN
With few exceptions, their craven public silence has helped enable Trump’s most grievous conduct—including undermining and discrediting the US the electoral system. More from my appearance earlier on : (3/3)
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Carl Bernstein Nov 22
Replying to @carlbernstein
The 21 GOP Senators who have privately expressed their disdain for Trump are: Portman, Alexander, Sasse, Blunt, Collins, Murkowski, Cornyn, Thune, Romney, Braun, Young, Tim Scott, Rick Scott, Rubio, Grassley, Burr, Toomey, McSally, Moran, Roberts, Shelby. (2/3)
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Carl Bernstein Nov 22
I'm not violating any pledge of journalistic confidentially in reporting this: 21 Republican Sens–in convos w/ colleagues, staff members, lobbyists, W. House aides–have repeatedly expressed extreme contempt for Trump & his fitness to be POTUS. (1/3)
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Republicans for the Rule of Law Nov 23
"I voted for Trump, was a co-chair of his campaign in OH, & I believe his policies would be better for OH & the country. I also believe that there is no more sacred process in our democracy than the orderly transfer of power. It's now time to...move forward." Thank you, Senator.
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Seth Abramson Nov 23
Replying to @sixfoot6
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Seth Abramson Nov 22
This is achingly unimportant—given what's going on—but I just wanted to mark this odd moment in my life: I'm 44 years old; I enjoy playing video games; and I've just started playing a Legend of Zelda game for the first time. Not sure how I made it this far without having done so.
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