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NEW: Joe Biden will no longer be traveling to Milwaukee the week of Aug. 17 to accept his nomination in person at the DNC due to coronavirus concerns.
No planned speakers will travel to Milwaukee, meaning that the convention will be entirely virtual — unlike the hybrid event that the party had previously been planning.
11:53 AM · Aug 5, 2020·TweetDeck
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Joe Biden still may be undecided about who to pick for a running mate, but Donald Trump’s team knows exactly who they want: Susan Rice
6:50 AM · Aug 5, 2020·Hootsuite Inc.

The Republicans didn't worry about what the Democrats wanted in 2016.  Many wanted Trump because he was going to be easy to defeat.

I hope that Democrats don't worry about Republican talking points and grow a spine.

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Mark Meadows isn’t saving Trump. He’s sabotaging the country.

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows during a news briefing last week.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows during a news briefing last week. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post)
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August 4, 2020 at 6:47 p.m. EDT

This is what happens when you put a saboteur in charge of governing.

On Capitol Hill, talks for a new pandemic relief package are going nowhere fast, even though enhanced unemployment benefits have already lapsed for many of the 32 million Americans out of work — while schools lack funds to protect teachers and students, and states and cities run out of money to pay for cops and public health.

At the White House, meanwhile, the Trump administration’s pandemic response, after a brief feint in the direction of responsible behavior, has again devolved into chaos, with President Trump warring with his own “pathetic” pandemic task force coordinator and regarding 1,000 dead Americans a day with nonchalance: “It is what it is,” he told Axios during an interview broadcast Monday night.

The common denominator, the man with a lead role in both, is Mark Meadows, the new White House chief of staff. During his seven years in Congress, he developed an unsurpassed reputation for blowing things up and making sure bills didn’t pass. But he has virtually no experience at getting things done.


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at the one yesterday, Trump offered his totally false and unhelpful opinion that the Beirut port explosion looked like an attack to him, and then when he realized he might not be on solid ground, he made up that he had been briefed by some generals on that. Back for more today
2:57 PM · Aug 5, 2020·Twitter for iPad
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Trump now suggests he will turn WH into his party’s convention stage. This would be the mother of all Hatch Act violations,the epitome of a narcissistic president who has never understood the separation of his own interests and the country's
Biden will accept from Delaware, saving the party, the city and the taxpayers time, money and distraction in the midst of a pandemic. This underscores Biden’s message: The race is about Americans and their well-being, not his own glorification.
3:08 PM · Aug 5, 2020·Twitter Web App
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At virtual fundraiser, Joe Biden says his decision not to travel to Milwaukee for the Democratic National Convention is “the right thing to do." "I've wanted to set an example as to how we should respond individually to this crisis,” Biden says.
3:24 PM · Aug 5, 2020·TweetDeck
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6 hours ago, jakeem said:


Trump, railing against Antifa, says "they say Soros" funds them (no evidence at all), along with other people.
He then suggests it's suspicious that some protesters have signs printed at print shops: "I like the signs that are made in a basement. They mean a lot more."
8:15 AM · Aug 5, 2020·Twitter Web App

We can’t all be hunkered in our bunkers.

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Chicago Mayor Lightfoot announces that the city's students will not being going back to classrooms, but schools will instead rely only on remote instruction to start the year.
3:06 PM · Aug 5, 2020·Sprout Social
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Pete Hamill, whose love affair with New York inspired a colorful and uniquely influential newspaper career and produced several books of fiction and nonfiction, has died at age 85, his brother says.
10:08 AM · Aug 5, 2020·SocialFlow
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