CNN political contributor, Counselor to the President in Clinton White House, diehard Texas Longhorn. (Not in that order.)
Joined on 10 August, 2011
NEWS: @DevalPatrick is considering a last-minute entry into the presidential race
And his Mass allies are already putting out feelers in early states.
Decision imminent: NH filing deadline is Friday
If @DevalPatrick gets into this race it could change everything.
Here's the reality: The FBI, CIA, NSA, DNI, DOJ and Congress say Russia hacked the Democrats in 2016. But the President believes a conspiracy theory that Ukraine did it. He has believed this for years. Top WH officials tried to convince him that it was Russia, to no avail.
The epic rant from Rep Jim Himes about the both-sidesing of the Ukraine scandal is a seminal moment.
The whole episode shows how Trump's propaganda works: The goal is to get disinformation treated respectfully.
That's what happened here.
Referee says he told Rep. Jim Jordan that Ohio State doctor performed sex act in shower
Doesn’t this suggest that perhaps Rep. Jordan is not as diligent about confronting wrongdoing as one might hope? Why then would GOP make him a point person on investigating presidential wrongdoing? Oh. Right. Never mind.
Trump says he’s thinking of attending Russia’s May Day parade. This is a celebration of Russian military power, which Putin is using to undermine US national security interests across the globe. Why attend? What benefit does Trump perceive to the US? To himself?
Trump is just sucking up to his boss.
Defeating an incumbent governor is statistically the hardest thing to do in politics.
@DemGovs has now done it four times in the past four years.
👋🏼 Matt Bevin
👋🏼 Scott Walker
👋🏼 Bruce Rauner
👋🏼 Pat McCrory
#KYGov #ByeByeBevin #winning
Way to go, @DemGovs!
"This is an exciting day for the Commonwealth of Virginia, after 26 years we are officially blue," Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam reacts to Tuesday night's historic win for Virginia Democrats
Thank you, @GovernorVA for your tireless work, especially your fearless advocacy of gun safety in the NRA’s home state. Special thanks to the thousands of volunteers who knocked doors, made calls, donated, marched, organized, registered, and voted. Virginia looks good in blue.