The world will be watching the @nytimes coverage of Ivanka Trump’s emails.
— Neera Tanden (@neeratanden) November 20, 2018
No surprise: The Thief-in-Chief’s “princess” acts as though the law doesn’t apply to her, because when has it ever?
Hot take: This news will change exactly zero opinions about the Trump Crime Family… but the NYTimes is (further) beclowning itself, because the suits responsible for assigning front-page headlines have decided they can’t back down now…
Lots of 2016 comparisons being thrown around, but this can’t be a case of ignorance, carelessness, or even the search for convenience. This is a function of pure hubris. She did it because she thought the rules, well litigated in 2016, didn’t apply to her. https://t.co/3YvAbu9F5w
— Ned Price (@nedprice) November 20, 2018
A review by White House ethics officials revealed that throughout much of 2017, Trump often discussed or relayed official White House business using a private email account with a domain that she shares with her husband, Jared Kushner. https://t.co/5IXUBOofxy
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) November 19, 2018
The White House Counsel’s Office did not have access to Ivanka's personal account and could not review it without possibly violating privileged communications with her attorneys. So the first daughter's lawyers got to decide what was relevant and what to hold back.
— James Hohmann (@jameshohmann) November 19, 2018
Looking forward to the House hearings on Ivanka's email practices. Maybe they can combine it w a look at the security of her father's cellphone use.
— Garance Franke-Ruta (@thegarance) November 19, 2018
See if you can spot the difference between these two NYT headlines: pic.twitter.com/8mmJ95VBtX
— Kaili Joy Gray (@KailiJoy) November 20, 2018
USE OF PRIVATE EMAIL BY A GOVERNMENT ACTOR IS AN ABSOLUTE [checks notes to see who is involved] ….DISTRACTION?
— WhatCouldGoWrongHat (@Popehat) November 19, 2018
Members of the Trump administration who have used personal email to conduct official business:
1) Ivanka Trump
2) Jared Kushner
3) Steve Bannon
4) Stephen Miller
5) Reince Priebus
6) Gary Cohn
The shameless hypocrisy of these people never ceases to amaze me.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) November 20, 2018
Speaking of C.R.E.A.M…
The NYT published that huge expose on Trump's finances — an exception to the rule — then proceeded to cover Trump as if they'd never uncovered all the irregularities.
— J. P. Gownder (@jgownder) November 19, 2018
Ivanka made $3.9 million from the family's DC hotel in 2017 — the hotel that is supposed to remit profits to the Treasury, hosts foreign diplomats, and which is the target of lawsuits alleging POTUS is violating emoluments provisions of the Constitution https://t.co/gR0sYIxpMH
— Tim O'Brien (@TimOBrien) November 20, 2018
— David Fahrenthold (@Fahrenthold) November 20, 2018
Repub America! It’s not just a kleptocracy — it’s also a kakistocracy!