2020 alert: if i say a candidate did something well, or interesting it doesn’t mean I’ve tossed everyone else into the dumpster. I prefer to note positive things (except abtTrump+people who hate clogs) so pls don’t @ me+tell me how disappointed u are in me, i have cats for that
— alyssa *feeling like rachel green* mastromonaco (@AlyssaMastro44) April 2, 2019
Me properly calling out poor behavior in a Dem candidate does not mean:
??I’m eating my own
??I’m the reason Trump won
??I’ve just ensured another Trump win or
??I’m too hard on Dems
Frankly, trying to silence my opinions or supporting someone who does makes you look suspect.
— Amee Vanderpool (@girlsreallyrule) March 30, 2019
It’s a big field of solid choices, I just don’t want anyone in the general that can’t hit Trump with everything. Every moral lapse. Every broken norm. Doesn’t mean I don’t think they’d be fine, but we need the win and it’s going to be the dirtiest campaign in modern times.
— Schooley (@Rschooley) April 1, 2019
The Dems want certain documents from ex WH counsel Don McGahn, ex WH strategist Steve Bannon, ex communications director Hope Hicks, ex chief of staff Reince Priebus and ex McGahn aide Ann Donaldson, @HouseInSession reports. https://t.co/VRWzFAVS6e
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) April 1, 2019
House Democrats are taking the first steps toward issuing subpoenas for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s entire report, as well as for documents from five former associates of President Donald Trump, setting up potential legal showdowns.
The House Judiciary Committee plans to hold votes on Wednesday to authorize the subpoenas, the panel said Monday in a news release. Three days earlier, Attorney General William Barr said he would provide Congress with a redacted version of Mueller’s report on his investigation into Trump and Russian election meddling by mid-April.
“Congress requires the full and complete Special Counsel report, without redactions, as well as access to the underlying evidence,” Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler said in an emailed statement Monday. “Attorney General Barr has thus far indicated he will not meet the April 2 deadline set by myself and five other Committee chairs, and refused to work with us to provide the full report, without redactions, to Congress. The Attorney General should reconsider so that we can work together to ensure the maximum transparency of this important report to both Congress and the American people.”…