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🚨🚨Here’s the big piece I’ve been promising: an Atlantic cover story about the US’s catastrophic mishandling of the pandemic. It’s a full autopsy of what went wrong, every unattended weakness & unheeded warning, every festering wound & reopened scar. 1/ https://t.co/568JBktc7M
1st ever online seminar on legislative drafting started today as part of #INTERPARESEU Partnership with the Parliament of Bhutan. Special thanks to @EU_in_India for the opening remarks, as well as to Prof @HXanthaki and participating staff from EUMSPs for their leading expertise. https://t.co/srMc2IM1VX
Grateful for the opportunity to moderate the lively debate in the seminar today and looking forward to the upcoming sessions during the week! https://t.co/OEGebuotAE
If Donald Trump can't win over someone like John—someone who thinks this way, talks this way, feels so culturally estranged from the Democratic Party—then he's reached his ceiling w/ working-class whites. And, if so, very hard to see a path to 270. /end https://t.co/UL8dUXq2qe
New pod: @peter_king comes on to throw 100 MPH. He talks Brady, Rodgers, Jamal Adams, COVID season and getting big timed by Studs Terkel. We also discuss the time I approached him as a fan in a Starbucks years before we knew each other. On @ringer/@Spotify https://t.co/QlL1ui8YFo
Well that was one of the best sports films I've ever seen. In turn, triumphant, funny, harrowing, desolate. See it if you can 👇 https://t.co/rSy7G9ONN9
In July 2016, Trump was the most disliked nominee in modern history and won anyway. But he ran against Hillary Clinton, who was the second most disliked nominee. Net favorability ratings: July 2016: #Trump: -21 #Clinton: -17 July 2020: #Trump: -16 #Biden: -1.5 #US2020 https://t.co/rIFYMS4qMY https://t.co/tp9xsLyEmM
Not a great race (US Postal were way too dominant) but 2004 Tour was the setting for the best book on Armstrong. I've read most of them and @DanielCoyle's Tour De Force, written contemporaneously, is #1. https://t.co/1FnypIavXG
Will coronavirus kill the city, ask @aitorehm, @MaKaOro and @jacopobarigazzi, in the best piece you'll read this week. Follow up: If the city starts to die, which rural European regions win? Which areas are best placed to welcome urban escapees? https://t.co/91hNvwo2Qt