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President Biden last week went to Buffalo to console families who lost loved ones to gun violence. “Look, I’m not naive,” Biden said that day. “I know tragedy will come again.” What he didn’t know then is that it would come again just seven days later. https://t.co/APQp6THrrA — PolitiTweet.org

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President Biden, in remarks of despair and anger, pressed for gun control while openly questioning why the country he now leads has been incapable of coming up with an antidote to the mass shootings that show no signs of abating. Latest w/@ColbyItkowitz: https://t.co/APQp6THrrA — PolitiTweet.org

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"Why are we willing to live with this carnage? Why do we keep letting this happen? Where in God’s name is our backbone?” President Biden asks. "It’s time to turn this pain into action.” — PolitiTweet.org

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“I am sick and tired of it. We have to act!” President Biden says. "And don’t tell me we can’t have an impact on this carnage." — PolitiTweet.org

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"As a nation we have to ask: When in God’s name are we going to stand up to the gun lobby?” President Biden says, his voice rising. — PolitiTweet.org

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“To lose a child is like having a piece of your soul ripped away,” says President Biden, who has lost a young daughter and a middle-aged son. — PolitiTweet.org

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A father who has lost two of his own children, a man who has delivered perhaps more eulogies than any living politician, and a president who is confronting numerous challenges tonight will attempt, once again, to console a country reeling from tragedy. — PolitiTweet.org

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"I would normally say in a moment like this -- we would all say naturally that our hearts break. But our hearts keep getting broken,” Kamala Harris says. “And yet it keeps happening.” “Enough is enough. Enough is enough. As a nation, we have to have the courage to take action." — PolitiTweet.org

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President Biden left for Asia just after addressing a mourning community in Buffalo. He returns from Asia to address a country learning that another elementary school has been the scene of another mass shooting. — PolitiTweet.org

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Last week, an 18-year-old shooter killed 10 people who were buying groceries at their neighborhood store in Buffalo. This week, an 18-year-old shooter killed 14 students and a teacher who were inside an elementary school in Texas. — PolitiTweet.org

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RT @tylerpager: When George W. Bush made almost identical comments about Taiwan in 2001, Sen. Joe Biden excoriated him in a Washington Post… — PolitiTweet.org

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In cowboy country, a father and husband troubled by suicide reimagines American masculinity, one conversation at a time. Via @JDelReal https://t.co/bHtrOt6pOM — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 23, 2022
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John Kirby is moving to the WH in senior communications role after serving as the spokesman at the Pentagon — another big change for the WH communications operation. Via @tylerpager: https://t.co/VaDSurkWMk — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 19, 2022
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RT @AaronBlake: WaPo has verified 2014 emails in which Tucker Carlson and his wife asked Hunter Biden for help in getting their son into Ge… — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 19, 2022 Retweet
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In a Washington where proximity to power is prized, a notable number of high-ranking people — cabinet secretaries, staffers, even family members — always seem at least six feet away from power. @AnnieLinskey on how Biden is never a close covid contact: https://t.co/t3boAyXg9x — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 19, 2022
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When Hunter Biden was alleged to have an Ashley Madison account, Tucker Carlson tried to kill a story. “What they did was repulsive and immoral and I hope I wrecked their day. I certainly tried to. F--- them. Let me know if there’s any way we can help.” https://t.co/g1WBFuVLIp — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 19, 2022
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When Hunter Biden agreed to write a letter for Tucker Carlson’s son to get into Georgetown, the Fox News host’s wife wrote: “Tucker and I have the greatest respect and admiration for you. Always!” Well, maybe not always. My look inside the relationship: https://t.co/g1WBFuVLIp — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 19, 2022
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Tucker Carlson once asked for a favor from a well-connected Washington friend who had an even better-connected father. My look at the relationship between Tucker Carlson and Hunter Biden: https://t.co/g1WBFuVLIp — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 19, 2022
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“There’s nothing that’s going to be missed, as my mother would say, between the cup and the lip,” President Biden says, describing the unity between the United States, Finland, and Sweden. — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 19, 2022
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Biden pledged to help vets affected by toxic burn pits. Now lawmakers have reached a bipartisan deal. via @ReinLWapo  https://t.co/cQKRofzkJL — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 19, 2022
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“His empathy was almost contagious,” said Dee Davis, whose sister-in-law Celestine Chaney was killed during a trip to the store to pick up strawberries. “I really felt like he was telling us, in a sense, change is going to come. I really felt that.” https://t.co/9ndsSWrWHU — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 18, 2022
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President Biden’s speech in Buffalo marked perhaps his most forceful condemnation of white supremacy since taking office, elevating an issue that he has in some ways put at the center of his presidency. A look with @tylerpager on the sweep of the day: https://t.co/9ndsSWrWHU — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 18, 2022
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“The American experiment, in democracy, is in danger like it hasn't been in my lifetime,” President Biden says in Buffalo. "It's in danger this hour. Hate and fear being given too much oxygen by those who pretend to love America but who don’t understand America.” — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 17, 2022
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President Biden, referencing racist replacement rhetoric: “I reject the lie! I call on all Americans to reject the lie. And I condemn those who spread the lie for power, political gain, and for profit.” — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 17, 2022
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“Hate will not prevail, and white supremacy will not have the last word,” President Biden says in Buffalo. https://t.co/pGQFXeeLQ8 — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 17, 2022
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After speaking from the podium, Sen. Chuck Schumer comes over to the some of the families of victims in Buffalo. “I’m so sorry. I’m so sorry,” he said. “You don’t deserve this." — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 17, 2022
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Gov. Kathy Hochel says she urged President Biden to come to Buffalo. “Give is a big embrace, Mr. President. That’s what we need,” she recalled telling him, while conveying that Buffalo is like a bigger version of his native Scranton, Pa. https://t.co/UTHLNUdbHH — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 17, 2022
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RT @tylerpager: NEW: A fuller look at Jill Biden’s trip to Ukraine and how it fulfilled the vision she imagined for the first lady role dat… — PolitiTweet.org

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RT @tylerpager: BREAKING: First lady Jill Biden crossed the border into Ukraine, making an unannounced visit to the country amid Russia’s o… — PolitiTweet.org

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Biden has long described a tension between his faith and his politics. But now, as president, the potential end of Roe v Wade makes him the highest-profile champion of abortion rights. My latest on this moment for the nation’s second Catholic president: https://t.co/M5PR2ulzuC — PolitiTweet.org

Posted May 4, 2022