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Jonathan Swan
Reporter. jonathan@axios.com / jonathanvswan@protonmail.com
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Jonathan Swan 23h
Replying to @UrsulaPerano
are you regretting journalism already?
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Jonathan Swan 23h
this is my side hustle
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Jonathan Swan Sep 25
apparently nobody thought it might be a good idea to secure her domain name
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Dan Primack Sep 25
. from March 2019: Scoop: Trump "saving" Judge Amy Barrett for Ruth Bader Ginsburg seat
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Nick Corasaniti Sep 25
The county of Sonoma has said that this is a false report. Wonder if this post will be taken down. Here's Sonoma's statement:
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Jonathan Swan Sep 25
Replying to @jonathanvswan
That list, which was handwritten on a notecard, will likely comprise two-thirds of the justices Trump appointed in his first term.
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Jonathan Swan Sep 25
Replying to @jonathanvswan
presented Trump with five additional judges to supplement his 2016 list of potential Supreme Court picks. Those new names were: Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett, Britt Grant, Patrick Wyrick and Kevin Newsom.
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Jonathan Swan Sep 25
Behind the scenes: The way Barrett got on Trump’s Supreme Court list was simple. In late 2017, former White House counsel Don McGahn and conservative movement leader Leonard Leo walked into the Oval Office and ...
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Jonathan Swan Sep 25
Say it ain’t so! There is no better live political interviewer on world television.
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Katherine Faulders Sep 25
!! HUD Secretary Ben Carson’s notes were visible briefly during his remarks at President Trump’s event and they included talking points about how he’s not happy with the White House personnel office. “I am not happy with the way PPO is handing my agency.” Took these photos —>
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Jonathan Swan Sep 25
"He was the very opposite of a know-it-all. He was a want-to-know-it-all."
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John Dickerson Sep 24
Is it just me or did the fact that the president said he wanted to assassinate Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad kindof come and go last week? Assassinate the leader of a sovereign nation? Even if he was bluffing, blue-skying assassination attempts is a big deal.
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Kaitlan Collins Sep 25
The chief of staff goes after FBI director. “With all due respect to Director Wray, he has a hard time finding emails in his own FBI, let alone figuring out whether there’s any kind of voter fraud,” Meadows says after Wray testified there’s no evidence of coordinated voter fraud.
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John Bresnahan Sep 24
Pelosi preps new coronavirus relief plan amid stalled talks. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ & me
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Sara Fischer Sep 24
NEW on : — has more than 250k paying subscribers across its network, co-founder tells me — Its top 10 publishers bring in *$7 million* collectively in annualized revenue Go deeper: Pandemic spurs journalists to go it alone
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Jonathan Swan Sep 24
"The high disqualification rate for absentee ballots poses a special peril for Democrats."
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Jonathan Swan Sep 24
Christopher Wray: FBI has not seen evidence of national voter fraud effort by mail
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Andrew Egger Sep 24
Waving off Trump's transfer of power comments because "of course he's not going to try for a coup" heroically misses the point. The danger isn't that he's going to, like, barricade himself in the Oval Office. It's that he's priming his base to reject any loss as illegitimate.
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