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csdickey
Author of 'Our Man in Charleston: Britain's Secret Agent in the Civil War South,' and six other books; Paris-based Foreign Editor for The Daily Beast.
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Adam Schiff 1h
We’re going to do our job and follow the facts wherever they lead. At the end of the day, we need to know that the President of the United States is acting in the national interest and not for another purpose. That’s what the American people expect of us and what we must deliver.
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Julia Davis 5h
Former U.S. ambassador to said that Vladimir Putin’s multi-pronged attack on the U.S. presidential election won him just what he wanted: the “chaos” created by Donald Trump.
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Taking Action 4 US 7h
Golfing while Rome burns ... or something like that “Matteo Salvini used to be a bad boy on the fringes of Italian politics. Now he's running the country and has his eye on an alliance with Germany to take over Europe”
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Karim Emile Bitar 5h
Trump Bet the Whole MidEast on MBS. Now He’s Doubling Down, by v “we know Trump is a sucker for authoritarian assassins: Putin, Kim, Duterte... But MBS now appears in a class by himself, not for the quantity but for his ineptitude”
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Susan Glasser 22h
Folks, get used to this clip of a young Lindsey Graham preaching presidential removal. You are going to see this one a lot.
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Read This: "Nicaraguan Police Raid Offices of NGOs"
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The Piano Man: Russia's Off-Key Coverage Of French Protests
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Read This: "He Defended Her For Blasphemy. Then He Fled For His Life." ⁦
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As we brace for more tedious, dangerous dems tomorrow .... ‘Eat The Rich’: Still a Popular Idea in French Uprisings, Especially With the Yellow Vests
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Noah Shachtman Dec 14
Dear staff of : House style for referring to this social network from here on in is: "disinformation peddler and personal data clearinghouse Facebook."
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The Atlantic Dec 14
"It took more than a half century to reach the point where faced with a choice between democracy and power, the party chose the latter," argues George Packer.
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Bill Kristol Dec 14
All good things come to an end. And so, after 23 years, does The Weekly Standard. I want to express my gratitude to our readers and my admiration for my colleagues. We worked hard to put out a quality magazine, and we had a good time doing so. And we have much more to do. Onward!
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csdickey Dec 14
No, for the Millionth Time: Republicans Aren’t Jumping Off the Trump Ship via
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Susan Hennessey Dec 14
The American people were robbed of their opportunity to cast a fully informed vote to decide who should be president.
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Sam Stein Dec 14
“Nobody got killed, nobody got robbed… This was not a big crime,” Giuliani told The Daily Beast, re alleged violations of campaign finance law.
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csdickey Dec 14
Italy’s Trump, Matteo Salvini, Wants To Take Over Europe via
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csdickey Dec 14
"Asked if Trump has been telling the truth about his dealings with Russia, Cohen said “No.”'
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Mohamad Bazzi Dec 13
A few things Bret Stephens forgot to mention in his column: 1) Israel occupied parts of southern Lebanon from 1978 - 2000 2) Israel launched a large-scale invasion in 1982, killing thousands of civilians 3) Israel bombed Lebanon for a month in 2006
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The Daily Beast Dec 13
Jimmy Kimmel on Trump considering Jared Kushner for chief of staff: “I guess the thinking is, if he’s good enough to screw my daughter, he’s good enough to screw the country”
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