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Thomas Cleveland
Political Theorist. Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Political Science at Miami University.
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Thomas Cleveland 21m
Replying to @TCleveland4Real
One of the most important measures, and a quite easy remedy, is to stop loudly denouncing and discrediting any investigation into 2016 election interference.
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Thomas Cleveland 26m
Leaving aside the question of crimes, the President and much of the Republican Party have been providing cover for a Russian intelligence operation directed against the US for nearly two years.
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Bethany S. Mandel 2h
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Thomas Cleveland 2h
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There is not much method to the madness.
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Thomas Cleveland 2h
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Which, if he said it, was an excuse for his contact with Clovis which he might use as a proof of bona fides when he contacted Papadopoulos.
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If there's any method to the madness, they're hanging a lot on Clovis saying Halper offered to help in his conversation with him.
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Perry Bacon Jr. May 22
I liked how stood strongly behind his reporters here. And a conservative mag editor all but calling the potential GOP Speaker a liar takes some guts. Congrats to on some great reporting that is having impact.
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Jeff Flake 2h
This is not right. Briefings like this should be bipartisan.
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Steve Vladeck 13h
.: In January, & had what I thought was a very constructive dialogue about how smart folks look at the affair & see such diffeeent things. Ben’s willing to host a similar exchange b/w you & me on . Are you in?
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emptywheel 13h
This is from Don Jr's SJC transcript. I guess it's inoperable now, right?
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Thomas Cleveland 13h
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So then blackmail would be the option. Maybe their reputation as negotiators has been exaggerated.
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Tamara Cofman Wittes 13h
Here’s the reaction from to a Q at today’s briefing about the arrests in Arabia. If someone drafted this as if-asked guidance, it’s a pretty pathetic effort.
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Thomas Cleveland 13h
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Think that began in 2014.
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Thomas Cleveland 13h
Replying to @lrozen @TomWlost
Should've asked for a quo. :(
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Thomas Cleveland 13h
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emptywheel May 2
When does "collusion" end? They were arguably beginning the payoff for election help in transition, but continued after inauguration.
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Thomas Cleveland May 2
Can't understand intent of letting the Flynn case go without also making sense of the FT report at the end of January about plan for unilateral lifting of sanctions, Artemenko plan, and about 5 different public positions on Ukraine in first week of February.
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Thomas Cleveland May 2
I mean, if Flynn talked to Kislyak about delivering the “quo” during the transition, all the questions about why Trump fired Flynn and why he asked Comey to let it go are also collusion questions because there’s lots of evidence Flynn was trying to deliver that quo.
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Thomas Cleveland 13h
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