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  1. David Lazarus @Davidlaz Screw the planet 2:24 PM · Jan 21, 2020·Twitter for Android
  2. POLITICO @politico President Trump warned the international community against heeding the advice of environmental activists he says will cripple global economies and strip away individual liberties The president’s repudiation of climate change activists before the assembly of business executives and foreign leaders represented yet another high-profile break between his administration and other Western powers regarding the nature of the threat Trump cautions Davos against heeding 'prophets of doom' on climate change The president's stance represented yet another high-profile break between his administration and the international community. politico.com 1:11 PM · Jan 21, 2020·Twitter Web App
  3. And let's not forget about her e-mails.
  4. Katie Phang @KatiePhang Let's be clear: Even if Trump plans to assert executive privilege over Bolton's testimony, Bolton still has to show up, if subpoenaed, and there are questions he can answer that do not implicate national security and other sensitive areas. 2:07 PM · Jan 21, 2020·Twitter Web App
  5. Jesse Rodriguez @JesseRodriguez NBC's @HallieJackson reports that the WH is preparing for the possibility of John Bolton's witness testimony in Trump's Senate impeachment trial @MSNBC 11:39 AM · Jan 21, 2020·TweetDeck
  6. Frida Ghitis @FridaGhitis Take note: Starting the trial with a debate on procedure was supposed to be a win for Trump/McConnell because it would delay the accusations. Schiff has brilliantly turned that on its head, laying out a summary of the case, and casting the unfairness of the rules as an indictment 1:41 PM · Jan 21, 2020·Twitter Web App
  7. Frida Ghitis @FridaGhitis CNN reporting that proposed rules have been changed - now three days of opening arguments instead of two 1:44 PM · Jan 21, 2020·Twitter Web App
  8. Frida Ghitis @FridaGhitis McConnell keeps citing the Clinton impeachment in his refusal to agree to allow witnesses before the trial starts. But in that trial Democrats never announced they would coordinate with the White House 12:40 PM · Jan 21, 2020·Twitter Web App
  9. Frida Ghitis @FridaGhitis Summary of Trump's impeachment defense: A president can break the law, withhold foreign aid, pressure a country to smear his rival; ignore Congress and cheat to win re-election. The constitution allows it all and does not permit the people to stop him. Trump lawyers call for immediate acquittal in legal, political defense U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday rejected the Democratic-led House of Representatives' impeachment charges and called for their immediate dismissal by the Republican-led Senate in a memo off... reuters.com 9:22 AM · Jan 21, 2020·Twitter Web App
  10. Frida Ghitis @FridaGhitis Chief Justice Roberts gives the oath to a Senator who missed it last week. Swears to do "impartial justice" in the trial of Donald J Trump. The trial begins 1:20 PM · Jan 21, 2020·Twitter Web App
  11. Geoff Bennett @GeoffRBennett I also asked Sanders why he thinks Clinton is still talking about 2016. “That’s a good question. You should ask her,” he said. 12:08 PM · Jan 21, 2020·Twitter for iPhone
  12. Geoff Bennett @GeoffRBennett I just asked @SenSanders for his reaction to @HillaryClinton saying “no one likes” him. He said, “On a good day, my wife likes me, so let’s clear the air on that one.” He then pivoted to talking about impeachment. More tonight on @NBCNightlyNews 12:00 PM · Jan 21, 2020·Twitter for iPhone
  13. Until he does. But this isn't one of those times. I'm not going to worry about the Democratic race until an anointed one emerges at the convention in July. Just remember: Clinton has been on target on just about everything she's said during the past four years (remember her campaign ads about Trump's unfitness for the presidency?). I'm sure she still has hard feelings because of Sanders' entrance into the 2016 race. But her recent statements about him likely are correct. Bernie's Bros aren't exactly helping their candidate with some of their off-the-wall comments about Biden, either.
  14. Amee Vanderpool @girlsreallyrule For everyone saying Warren and Clinton are driving a wedge in the party by calling out Bernie's misogyny, I would like to remind you that THIS IS THE TIME WHEN WE VET CANDIDATES. Once again, women are telling you what the deal is, the question is, will you listen this time? 9:49 AM · Jan 21, 2020·Twitter Web App
  15. Some things to consider before watching the 92nd annual Academy Awards ceremony, which will air Sunday, February 9, 2020 on ABC: Yes, that was Academy Award winner Colin Firth as the general who issues marching orders to the heroes of the World War I drama "1917." The British actor's presence in an Oscar-nominated film is usually good news for the movie. Firth has appeared in three other productions nominated for Best Picture and all of them won: "The English Patient" (1996), "Shakespeare in Love" (1998) and "The King's Speech" (2010, the historical drama for which he received the Academy Award for Best Actor). If "1917" collects the top Oscar next month, Firth will become the first major star to appear in four Best Pictures. At the moment, he is tied with several familiar actors who also have appeared in three. Among them: Clark Gable: "It Happened One Night" (1934), "Mutiny On the Bounty" (1935), "Gone With the Wind" (1939). Talia Shire: "The Godfather" (1972), "The Godfather Part II" (1974), "Rocky" (1976). Diane Keaton: "The Godfather" (1972), "The Godfather Part II" (1974), "Annie Hall" (1977). Sir John Gielgud: "Around the World in Eighty Days:" (1956), "Chariots of Fire" (1981), "Gandhi" (1982). Shirley MacLaine: "Around the World in Eighty Days" (1956), "The Apartment" (1960). "Terms of Endearment" (1983). Meryl Streep: "The Deer Hunter" (1978), "Kramer vs. Kramer" (1979), "Out of Africa" (1985) Dustin Hoffman: "Midnight Cowboy" (1969), "Kramer vs. Kramer" (1979), "Rain Man" (1988). Morgan Freeman: "Driving Miss Daisy" (1989), "Unforgiven" (1992), "Million Dollar Baby" (2004) Jack Nicholson: "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" (1975), "Terms of Endearment" (1983), "The Departed" (2006) Ralph Fiennes: "Schindler's List" (1993), "The English Patient" (1996), "The Hurt Locker" (2009).
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