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Dave Weigel 28m
New details on who's in the running to be Trump's second choice as his third chief of staff, via and :
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Kerry Howley 30m
I lived in Myanmar for two years and was later blacklisted and sent home. “The people” are not uniformly “full of joy.” In fact they appear to experience a full range of human emotions, as with everywhere except Silicon Valley.
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Dafna Linzer 1h
“To their everlasting shame, and refused” to let the American people know what we told them in classified briefing re Russian attempts to interfere with 2016 campaign, says.
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Mike Memoli 2h
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Replying to @splinter_news @Mobute
congrats!
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Felicia Sonmez 5h
Nick Ayers, Trump’s once-likely replacement for chief of staff John Kelly, won’t take the job with &
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Dave Weigel 4h
Replying to @daveweigel
Here’s a story about Maine, btw.
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Dave Weigel 4h
In Maine, the state GOP has been collecting affidavits from voters who claim that they were given ballots from the wrong district. That is not “witness tampering,” and neither is this.
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Dave Weigel 4h
Replying to @Luxordus
nice
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Replying to @rynprry
lmao
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Alex Burns 9h
Notable, given Pelosi support/opposition as an increasingly important dividing line in Dem politics, that Beto supported Tim Ryan against her in 2016 >>
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Dave Weigel 4h
A joke about how the search for a White House chief of staff and the search for an Oscar host are similarly fraught and full of risks not worth taking for the respective candidates. It is funny, you see, because the two jobs are very different. [6k RTs, 12k likes]
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Jeff Stein Dec 8
I got a copy of Harvard's 2014 orientation schedule, & it looks very similar At least 8 lobbyists are listed as panelists, several listed w/o disclosing ties to lobbying firms CEOs of Xerox, American Express were there -- no apparent labor leaders/activists
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Felicia Sonmez 9h
. on the army of temps facing a workplace of anxiety and insecurity at NPR:
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Dave Weigel 8h
What's relevant, but unsaid in the column, is that *none of the voting reforms* passed by Rs since Shelby would have prevented this.
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Louis Virtel Dec 8
Reminder: Ugly sweater parties are for people too weak to throw a beautiful sweater party.
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POLITICO 9h
Tony Evers, the incoming Democratic governor of Wisconsin, isn't ruling out legal action if his defeated rival, Gov. Scott Walker, signs Republican legislation that would strip his administration of key responsibilities
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R.J. Lehmann 9h
"Was that wrong? Should I have not done that? I tell you, I gotta plead ignorance on this thing, because if anyone had said anything to me at all when I first started here that that sort of thing was frowned upon..."
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