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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

Tough setback for the "voting doesn't matter" crowd. https://t.co/jtrfnupd5C — PolitiTweet.org

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RT @charlesornstein: The Trump administration is rushing to approve dozens of eleventh-hour policy changes. Among them: The Justice Departm… — PolitiTweet.org

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One of President Obama's most consequential misreadings of his opposition was when he thought ramping up deportations would win their support for an immigration overhaul. Not only did the gambit fail, but his own party is still paying a political price. https://t.co/DI3CNLtqrH https://t.co/udYcnHxcId — PolitiTweet.org

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RT @daveweigel: The secret of "the squad" is that they work very well with leadership and don't try to sink legislation. Both the left and… — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

Asymmetric politics by way of projection. The two parties aren’t similarly constituted. — PolitiTweet.org

Dave Weigel @daveweigel

Ryan previously predicted that Biden *could* beat Trump but wouldn't because the Democratic base wouldn't nominate… https://t.co/vKammnl6iy

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

RT @kevinroose: Facebook also ran tests this year to figure out if “bad for the world” content could be demoted in users’ feeds. It could… — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

“Still, the drama in Lansing raised deeper questions about the health of our political system and the sturdiness of American democracy.” 👆 This point cannot be overstated. Much of what’s happened in recent weeks is extremely abnormal. — PolitiTweet.org

Tim Alberta @TimAlberta

Your grandkids are going to read about the last 20 days in Michigan -- the lies, the abuses of trust, the brazen at… https://t.co/YYyUWWSmsi

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

Biden to ⁦@LesterHoltNBC on whether he’ll investigate Trump:⁩ “I will not do what this president does and use the Justice Department as my vehicle to insist that something happened.” That is: He won’t order it, prosecutors proceed as they see fit. https://t.co/pG6AFHIjTS — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

Among the things Joe Biden says he’ll do in his first 100 days: • Send Congress immigration bill with path to citizenship • Undo Trump’s climate unfriendly regs • Aid to state and local governments https://t.co/pG6AFHIjTS — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

A COVID-19 vaccine will be rolled out “probably by the end of the second week in December,” says @CDCDirector. Priority will be for “nursing home residents and then some combination of health care providers and individuals at high risk for a poor outcome.” https://t.co/3FBigrNICT — PolitiTweet.org

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Progressives are happy Biden is not picking Obama-era personnel they find offensive—like Rahm Emanuel and Larry Summers—so far. One prospect some are proactively fighting to block: Bruce Reed, an ex Biden chief of staff reportedly considered to run OMB. https://t.co/imuiPZEFRo — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

.⁦@daveweigel⁩ talks to the rarest of Congress members: A Trump-district Democrat who supported Medicare For All, voted to impeach the president on both articles, and won. https://t.co/V1B2RgB548 — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

“For now, the country appears to have avoided a ruinous breakdown of its electoral system. Next time, Americans might not be so lucky.” From ⁦@alexburnsNYT⁩, worth a read: https://t.co/Lg3d1gevJ4 — PolitiTweet.org

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@Bencjacobs @ChrisChristie might also recall — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

This hearkens back to Marco Rubio's 2016 campaign, when he often claimed that Barack Obama had executed a plan that was designed to weaken America. Now testing an updated version of that talking point on Joe Biden. — PolitiTweet.org

Marco Rubio @marcorubio

Biden’s cabinet picks went to Ivy League schools,have strong resumes,attend all the right conferences & will be pol… https://t.co/x852y…

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

RT @LACaldwellDC: NEW: Some Democrats are questioning whether @SenatorDurbin should get top spot on Judiciary and keep his leadership posit… — PolitiTweet.org

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RT @GaryGrumbach: NBC's @sahilkapur with a great look into how Joe Biden's team is trying to keep all factions of the Democratic party happ… — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

"I'm glad he's resisting the far left on most of the picks to date," @BenSasse tells @JulieNBCNews regarding Biden's personnel choices. https://t.co/imuiPZn4sO — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

Turns out Joe Biden intends to govern as a moderate-liberal institutionalist and not a radical socialist, which will surprise precisely nobody who's been paying attention. https://t.co/awnr9AE2UJ — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

Behind Joe Biden's nominations: Giving Democrats all across the spectrum—from @sunrisemvmt and @PCCC to @ThirdWayTweet—something to be happy about without antagonizing either camp. That's not easy to do. https://t.co/imuiPZEFRo — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

NEW from me: Joe Biden is executing a tough balancing act with early personnel picks. He’s seeking to unify rather than inflame competing Dem factions. He’s addressing diversity demands. And he wants institutionalists who can get through a divided Senate. https://t.co/imuiPZEFRo — PolitiTweet.org

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Pennsylvania certifies election results for Biden https://t.co/c2Y2eePLBC — PolitiTweet.org

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RT @nickconfessore: How Biden's foreign policy team got rich: @mideastXmidwest on the world of shadow-lobbying "strategic consultancies," w… — PolitiTweet.org

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Newly elected Rep. Boebert asks about carrying a gun on Capitol grounds https://t.co/vdeE8xBxNj — PolitiTweet.org

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[email protected], after Feinstein's announcement: "I intend to seek the top Democratic position on the Judiciary Committee in the 117th Congress." — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

I don’t recall the current crop of critics having any problem with the same news outlets declaring Donald Trump the president-elect in an election that was closer than this. — PolitiTweet.org

Cristiano Lima @viaCristiano

Parler wants you to know Biden's not its president-elect yet (despite his election win) https://t.co/SjoxKa2Xoo

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

RT @mikememoli: Biden's transition website is now a .gov https://t.co/wZ2VyUNYjr — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

RT @literaryeric: The next year will be painful on social media as Pro-Trump conservatives deal with the flaming wreckage of their psyches… — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

RT @LPDonovan: This informs everything that's happening (or not happening) in the party at the moment — PolitiTweet.org

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Sahil Kapur @sahilkapur

Illuminating data points: College-educated Republicans want Trump with a more disciplined style. Non-college Republicans want Trump the man to remain their leader. Bottom line: Trumpism will continue to define the party for the time being. — PolitiTweet.org

Patrick Ruffini @PatrickRuffini

Republicans COULD be open to new leaders who keep Trump’s policies but have a more disciplined approach. 39% want… https://t.co/iiRu0BihIF

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