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From an insurrection at the Capitol to a second impeachment, it's been a long week. @sarahnferris helps break down it all happened 👇 — PolitiTweet.org

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Unplugging for a few days. But first, how we got here: Day 1. Hill chaos turns deadly after rioters storm Capitol… https://t.co/s2hJusSD6Q

Published Jan. 14, 2021 Deleted Just a Typo
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The House just started voting to impeach Donald Trump for inciting the deadly riot at the Capitol last week. He's expected to become the only president in U.S. history to receive the rebuke twice. Live updates: https://t.co/nGeVNvXgKL https://t.co/s115LSZ3v4 — PolitiTweet.org

Published Jan. 13, 2021 Deleted Just a Typo
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Rep. Dan. Newhouse has added his name to the short list of Republicans supporting the impeachment of Donald Trump. He said that the article of impeachment is flawed, but he will not use process as an excuse to vote no. https://t.co/nWhFNw4xK4 https://t.co/5FkdjVf9ji — PolitiTweet.org

Published Jan. 13, 2021 Deleted
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Router 3The House begins debating article of impeachment against Trump https://t.co/ImqEc6VNq8 https://t.co/ZJwX4wvbTR — PolitiTweet.org

Published Jan. 13, 2021 Deleted Just a Typo
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"We all knew President Trump's term would end badly. It had to," Yamiche writes in this morning's @playbookplus. "There were just too many lies. Too many conspiracy theories." More from the PBS NewsHour White House correspondent 👇 https://t.co/Cz9mom16eb — PolitiTweet.org

Published Jan. 8, 2021 Deleted Just a Typo
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U.S. Capitol Police with guns drawn stand near a barricaded door as protesters try to break into the House Chamber 📷 AP/Andrew Harnik — PolitiTweet.org

Published Jan. 6, 2021 Deleted Hibernated Just a Typo
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Senate debates first GOP challenge to certification of Biden's win https://t.co/oc1xwJErKL https://t.co/7RKTpqvUOT — PolitiTweet.org

Published Jan. 6, 2021 Deleted Hibernated Just a Typo
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Vide President Pence informed members of Congress that he does not believe he has the power to "reject electoral votes unilaterally," essentially denying President Trump's public demands that he help overturn the results of the 2020 election https://t.co/6cQ6B9vUbH — PolitiTweet.org

Published Jan. 6, 2021 Deleted Hibernated
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When Justice Antonin Scalia died in 2016, President Obama turned to Garland for what he hoped would be a consensus pick. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell denied Garland a hearing or a vote, leaving the nomination hanging for nearly a year. https://t.co/GdgfaXArwo — PolitiTweet.org

Published Jan. 6, 2021 Deleted Hibernated
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But not everyone is interested in moderation or compromise. Cori Bush (D-Mo.), a BLM organizer, spoke of working with a growing band of “unapologetic activists” who will work together to “apply pressure” on even their own party “to push our agenda” https://t.co/iFwxcXcHfJ https://t.co/OUqIp5jVH7 — PolitiTweet.org

Published Jan. 1, 2021 Deleted Hibernated Just a Typo
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Congresswomen-elect of both parties suggested that the circumstances of the moment—a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic, a likely divided Congress and a record number of women on Capitol Hill—might lend itself to more bipartisanship https://t.co/TFO8rOqL2y — PolitiTweet.org

Published Jan. 1, 2021 Deleted Hibernated Just a Typo
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Gov. Gavin Newsom asked people to keep an “open mind” about California's $2 billion push to reopen elementary schools for the youngest students in February. “We're not naive about the challenges as we address the headwinds on this third wave,” he said. https://t.co/wQSOLUeEW5 — PolitiTweet.org

Published Dec. 30, 2020 Deleted Hibernated
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"What I have said many, many times is the progressive movement itself probably is 35 or 40 percent of the Democratic Coalition. And I believe that the progressive movement deserves seats in the Cabinet; that has not yet happened." https://t.co/PKpTwGDDGq — PolitiTweet.org

Published Dec. 27, 2020 Deleted Hibernated
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Trump hasn’t met or even spoken with President-elect Joe Biden since the race was called more than six weeks ago, and those close to Trump say he has no plans to invite him to the White House. More in Transition Playbook 👇 — PolitiTweet.org

Published Dec. 22, 2020 Deleted Hibernated
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By the way: https://t.co/HOCzp7bYgf — PolitiTweet.org

Published Dec. 15, 2020 Deleted Hibernated
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The Senate has overwhelmingly approved this year's defense policy legislation, setting up a confrontation with President Donald Trump after he threatened to veto the bill https://t.co/XYb3sQnDmL — PolitiTweet.org

Published Dec. 11, 2020 Deleted Hibernated
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If Rep. Martha Fudge does join Biden's cabinet, former Ohio state senator and top Bernie Sanders surrogate Nina Turner is considering a run for her seat https://t.co/EyHZg4AGOr — PolitiTweet.org

Published Dec. 8, 2020 Deleted Hibernated
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Does Uncle Sam need a makeover? He’s evolved in small ways over the years, but fundamentally he's remained the same skinny white guy with a stringy goatee for a long time. So @mattwuerker hit the streets to learn how others feel about updating Uncle Sam to better reflect America https://t.co/M4KNuyydTT — PolitiTweet.org

Published Dec. 4, 2020 Deleted Hibernated Just a Typo
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RT @JeremyBWhite: NEW: Supreme Court sends church's challenge to California religious gathering restrictions back to district court — PolitiTweet.org

Published Dec. 3, 2020 Retweet Deleted Hibernated
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El Paso had struggled with a fragile health care system before the pandemic hit earlier this year. Now as cases mount, deaths follow. Renuka Rayasam talked to an El Paso funeral home owner about how he is handling the fast-growing number of virus victims. https://t.co/7htzDtWNQX https://t.co/bMIlr6IqKO — PolitiTweet.org

Published Dec. 2, 2020 Deleted Hibernated
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There is hope on the horizon with three vaccines showing great promise. But there is more pain ahead especially with no fresh stimulus coming out of Washington until at least late January. https://t.co/E6lqO8ZgOC — PolitiTweet.org

Published Nov. 25, 2020 Deleted Hibernated
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The top of the American economy is rocking. Those lucky enough to work in jobs that can be done remotely have done mostly fine during the pandemic. Underneath, Americans are suffering with food lines growing and unemployment claims still at record levels. https://t.co/E6lqO8ZgOC — PolitiTweet.org

Published Nov. 25, 2020 Deleted Hibernated
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It’s worth noting as we ease into the Thanksgiving holiday that the Dow hitting 30K, after plunging to 18K in March, is a remarkable moment in our history. And it highlights the biggest challenging facing Biden as he prepares to enter the White House. https://t.co/E6lqO8ZgOC — PolitiTweet.org

Published Nov. 25, 2020 Deleted Hibernated
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President-elect Joe Biden has picked former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen to be his Treasury secretary. Yellen, a widely respected labor economist, would blaze a new trail as the first woman to head the Department. https://t.co/3slHr29HTy — PolitiTweet.org

Published Nov. 23, 2020 Deleted Hibernated Just a Typo
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The state of Georgia has certified its election results, officially declaring Joe Biden the winner. Biden won the state by more than 12,000 votes. But Trump’s campaign is still entitled to request a recount because of the narrowness of the result. https://t.co/2rwyMxYSsF — PolitiTweet.org

Published Nov. 20, 2020 Deleted Hibernated
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Former non-profit executive Dianne Morales officially kicked off her campaign for mayor Thursday night, seeking to become the city’s first Afro-Latina mayor and pushing a progressive platform against a field of better-known politicians https://t.co/J8eUr77e8w — PolitiTweet.org

Published Nov. 20, 2020 Deleted Hibernated Just a Typo
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Two weeks has since turned into seven months, and yesterday the U.S. blew past the 250,000 mark — with the death toll only likely to accelerate further. We take a look at how we got here and where we're headed 👉 https://t.co/8dQYMCUbjr https://t.co/brLtZyiY6p — PolitiTweet.org

Published Nov. 19, 2020 Deleted Hibernated
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n late March, President Donald Trump warned Americans that they were in for a “hell of a bad two weeks,” with the White House projecting the nation could suffer up to 240,000 Covid-19 deaths if people didn’t take the pandemic threat seriously https://t.co/5DutQzZ6WU — PolitiTweet.org

Published Nov. 19, 2020 Deleted Hibernated
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RT @byHeatherLong: Just In: 1.1 million Americans filed *new* unemployment claims last week. That's an increase of ~42,000 from the prior… — PolitiTweet.org

Published Nov. 19, 2020 Retweet Deleted Hibernated
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RT @burgessev: Sen. Brown: “I start by asking the presiding officer to wear a mask.” Sen. Sullivan: “I don’t wear a mask when I’m speaking… — PolitiTweet.org

Published Nov. 17, 2020 Retweet Deleted Hibernated