We looked inside some of the tweets by @LissandraVilla and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
During the "Castle in the Sky" TV screening there were 25,088 tweets per second, the most ever.
There are very few people in the country doing more to make Medicare for All a reality than @adybarkan. I'm proud to call him a friend and I look forward to fighting alongside him to guarantee health care for all Americans.
this is a classy response after Ady Barkan endorses Warren
BIG: SONDLAND abt to deliver ammunition to DEMS & quash Trump’s “no quid pro quo” line The killer quote: “I know that members of this Committee have frequently framed these complicated issues in the form of a simple question: Was there a ‘quid pro quo?’ … the answer is yes.”
When I was in high school, a really good family friend gave me a copy of Varnum v Brien. I loved the decision and the thoughtfulness that went into it. I obviously am no lawyer, but it really sparked my thinking in a way few other things in high school genuinely did.
Two upcoming books I am v excited about in the next couple of months: @mollyesque’s Pelosi book @CharlotteAlter’s book on millennials in politics Both super relevant to American politics and both by two of the best writers in the biz. Go check their books out!
While Sens. Sanders and Warren are floating single-payer healthcare and free four-year college, @amyklobuchar is making the case for “something that you can actually get done.” I spent some time with her in Iowa and DC for this week’s issue of TIME.
.@RepAdamSchiff told me the night before hearings that by the end, he wants people to “have a good understanding of what the president did...and can make a thoughtful decision about whether that conduct is compatible with the office of the presidency"
Lot of Adult & Very Mature Journalists on here forgetting that if a student paper doesn’t make mistakes, that means the students aren’t learning. If you feel the need to dunk on them in public, at the very least match it with an offer to give them some advice for next time.
new Quinnipiac poll of New Hampshire has @AndrewYang at 4%, exactly where @MikeBloomberg is polling nationally, according to Morning Consult over the weekend -- yet for now Yang is still written off as a novelty & Bloomberg is still being seen as a (potential) top contender