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Brian Stelter
CNN's host of and senior media correspondent. Formerly , and Top of the Morning. Email: bstelter@gmail.com
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Laura Jarrett 2h
News - FBI special agent Peter Strzok was escorted out of the FBI building on Friday, source familiar tells me; as of today, he is still employed; he's been stationed in Human Resources since dismissal from Mueller team.
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Brian Stelter 2h
Today: No W.H. briefing by . No new attempt to defend the "zero tolerance" policy.
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Barbara Starr 2h
EXCLUSIVE: Huge news for American military families and veterans if positive DNA match can be made.
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Brian Stelter 2h
Replying to @JakeSherman
I think they were probably trying to search Twitter for info, and tweeted the search term by accident?
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Brian Stelter 2h
People are turning their pain about this border separation policy into protest: — Folks are donating $$, diapers, toys — AND they're calling lawmakers — Rallies are being planned — CEOs are speaking out — Some celebs are denouncing Fox
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Reliable Sources 2h
Video from Sunday's show: says some political lies aren't about getting people to believe the lie, it's about "getting them to be CONFUSED, to throw up a lot of smoke..."
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Brian Stelter 2h
the story at the time -- an important story -- was that she hadn't been seen by the PUBLIC. you're making a very strange argument here.
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Oliver Darcy 3h
Trump's media allies are struggling to mold a coherent defense of his immigration policy. They've oscillated between talking points ranging from portraying immigrants as threats, to outright dismissing controversy as part of a fictitious plot. My story:
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Brian Stelter 3h
Replying to @ericjackson
Which one?
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Lisa Fung 7h
'The answer to that is more sunshine, more access. We need more information about what’s going on in these detention centers.’
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Brian Stelter 3h
lawmakers "inundated" with calls:
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Brian Stelter 4h
you're misusing the term "conspiracy theory." the segment was about something factual -- her absence from public view. no one espoused a "theory." as i said IN THE SEGMENT, "i think there's a risk of some liberals falling into a conspiracy theory trap here by assuming the worst."
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Jeff Greenfield 4h
This is pretty much essential reading if you want to understand the political terrain.
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Brian Stelter 4h
> : "It's much easier to say, 'fake news,' 'witch hunt,' 'no collusion' and repeat that over and over, than to explain to people what actually happened, how the democracy was attacked, what the connections to the Trump campaign are..."
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Brian Stelter 4h
ha, nice!
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Brian Stelter 4h
stories that lie about me aren't evidence that i ever promoted a "conspiracy theory" about her. you can look through the text of the TV segment to try to find a "conspiracy theory," but there isn't one.
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Brian Stelter 4h
Actions speak louder than words, but President Trump's words are getting more extreme. Here are 3 examples.
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Brian Stelter 4h
Replying to @FrankelJeremy
so you don't think it's "journalism" to report when the president's rhetoric has changed?
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Georgia Wells 6h
Russian trolls were still posting on Twitter last month! Weighing in on Roseanne Barr and Donald Trump Jr. By me, ,
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Josh Gerstein 5h
NEW: Prosecutors won't try to subpoena reporters in trial of ex-Senate aide accused of lying in leak probe, but defense might. Defense also seeking a gag order covering President Trump
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