The report delivered on Wednesday appeared to be little more than a rehashing of unproven allegations that echoed a Russian disinformation campaign.
Eric HirshbergBefore the 1pm press conference from the Injustice Dept., just a friendly reminder that GOP led Senate investigations by the Homland Security and Finance Committees found no wrong doing.
So, enjoy whatever Russian misinformation they’re about to share.
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The statements offer an answer to the question of when Republicans might begin to repudiate the president after years of embracing him: the moment they believed he threatened their own political survival.
Eric HirshbergTrump might actually be the second worst thing to happen to America in the last 4 years. These assholes knew he was dangerous and campaigned against him in 2016. Then they fell in line like the pack dogs they are. WAY too little. WAY too late.
Levels of trust in this country—in our institutions, in our politics, and in one another—are in precipitous decline. And when social trust collapses, nations fail. Can we get it back before it’s too late?
Eric HirshbergI can’t recommend this piece by @nytdavidbrooks highly enough. It maps out with devastating clarity the underpinnings of the “moral convulsions” we are experiencing as a country. Read every word.
Representatives of the late Leonard Cohen's estate and publishing company have both issued statements saying they declined requests for his song "Hallelujah" to be used at the Republican National Convention — even though it was played twice...