We looked inside some of the tweets by @dickstevenson and found useful information for you.
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Rosanne Boyland, a 34-year-old Trump supporter who was killed during the attack on the Capitol on Jan. 6, appears to have died amid a crush of pro-Trump rioters during their attempt to fight through a police line, according to videos we reviewed: https://t.co/ZFfIyllacm
In here is nugget on SDNY prosecutors who worked w/ Giuliani sending him letter saying “trial by combat" remarks "added fuel to the fire and contributed" to siege "that resulted in the loss of life and incalculable damage to our democracy." w/@maggieNYT https://t.co/oRlLwHracs
Confirming @jdawsey1 on Trump wanting to stiff Rudy, and a few new details - White House officials blocking Rudy calls to Trump; Trump said repeatedly on AF1 yesterday about the election: "I won;" Pence/others had to convince Trump to do the video today. https://t.co/lAmjj84uC1
Advisers discussed the possibility of Mr. Trump resigning a few days early, in part because it could preserve the option of running again in 2024. But the president said Nixon did not get much for doing it. @maggieNYT https://t.co/ZtrmKdnild
Mr. Biden’s emphasis on the governing challenge ahead underscores the contrast between his centrist approach and the seething anger of many Democrats over Trump’s assaults on democratic norms and their desire to punish him for it. @shearm @michaelcrowley https://t.co/nAS1SQmY27
President Trump’s term is climaxing in a spasm of violence and recrimination at a time when the country has fractured deeply and lost a sense of itself. Notions of truth and reality have been atomized. Faith in the system has eroded. @peterbakernyt https://t.co/PLbLPBvBti
White House aides said he loved tweeting and then watching the chyrons on cable news channels quickly change in response. A septuagenarian for whom attention has been a narcotic, the instant gratification of his tweets was hard to match. @maggieNYT https://t.co/sPgST6wJQ4
After close review of recent Tweets from the @realDonaldTrump account and the context around them we have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement of violence. https://t.co/CBpE1I6j8Y
Trump is permanently suspended from Twitter. https://t.co/kJweJPsYju
New statement from Pelosi: “It is the hope of Members that the President will immediately resign. But if he does not, I have instructed the Rules Committee to be prepared to move forward with Congressman Jamie Raskin’s 25th Amendment legislation and a motion for impeachment." https://t.co/H15tUTnGrg
What it was like for @nytimes journalists: " I started screaming for help as loudly as I could. No one came. People just watched. At this point, I thought I could be killed and no one would stop them." @npfandos @erinschaff @ESCochrane https://t.co/AU4cG2K4NJ
Watching what’s happening in Hong Kong from afar, it’s hard not to think of those who argued for decades that a national security law there wouldn’t have much impact because of the city’s traditions, institutions, etc. They were clearly wrong, but it is stunning how much so.
V grim news from HK. @vwang3 has the latest: "The mass arrests marked the largest roundup yet under the national security law, suggesting that the authorities were casting a wide net for anyone who had played a role in opposing the government." https://t.co/r04rqkzroN
On Monday night Mr. Trump openly pressured the vice president, saying, “I hope Mike Pence comes through for us, I have to tell you.” He added, “Of course, if he doesn’t come through, I won’t like him as much.” @anniekarni @maggieNYT https://t.co/LPQlVpBw67