Day: October 20, 2019
‘A TOTAL LOSER’: Romney Mocked After Using Secret Twitter Account To Defend Himself, Report Suggests
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) was mocked Sunday evening after a new report revealed that he appears to have used a secret Twitter account to defend himself against critics online. During an interview with The Atlantic, Romney made the revelation that he had a secret Twitter account: “That’s kind of what he does,” Romney said with a shrug, and then got up to retrieve an iPad from his desk.
State Department investigators concluded their investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email server and found nearly 600 security violations, according to newly released government documents. The results from the investigation were disclosed in a letter last week to Senate Finance Committee Chairman Charles Grassley (R-IA) from Bureau of Legislative Affairs Assistant Secretary Mary Elizabeth Taylor.
It is amazing how far the corporate media and the party establishment will go in their attempt to stop Tulsi Gabbard.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) is taking the fight to Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party establishment after the feud exploded last week.
Secretary of State Michael Pompeo led the defenders of President Donald Trump’s handling of Turkey’s incursion into Syria, saying Sunday that a cease-fire is holding and that U.S. goals in the Middle East are being met despite criticism allies are being betrayed.
In an interview with Axios’ Jonathan Swan for “Axios on HBO,” Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham called President Trump an “equal opportunity abuser” and said that he’s trying to help the president be successful. The big picture: Graham and Trump have a complicated relationship.
Over the past week, Facebook and Twitter have codified a dual-class system for free speech: one set of rules for politicians or “world leaders,” another for the rest of us. Why it matters: Social media platforms are privately owned spaces that have absorbed a huge chunk of our public sphere, and the rules they’re now hashing out will shape the information climate around elections for years to come.