The Beirut explosion - which has killed at least 135 people, injured more than 4,000 and made another 250,000 homeless - hit a country already on its knees from economic, political and healthcare crises. https://t.co/8ZHVnCaYDF
"All these companies ... that make generic drugs and the chemicals for them every single day, and then we give [a deal] to the polaroid company that makes chemicals for photography," Rep. Josh Gottheimer tells @SRuhle.
"Nothing about this is right."
On Joe Biden selecting Sen. Harris or Susan Rice as his VP pick, @DrJasonJohnson says, “I don’t think he can lose with either of these two candidates — regardless of how much enthusiasm Republicans seem to have for resurrecting old conspiracy theories.”
"He literally withdrew the United States from the rest of the world, from the World Health Organization," @brhodes says of Pres. Trump. "And what we've seen is, every other single major country in the world has handled this better than us."
Missouri Democratic Congressional candidate Cori Bush says the federal government has a duty to take care of essential workers amid the pandemic. “I know all the holes in the way that the system is built, so I’m not willing to shut up about it.”
Boston Globe columnist Renée Graham says President Trump’s “idea of a winning strategy” is to “scare white people silly by painting protestors as violent anarchists because he has nothing else to hang this campaign on.”
Trips to the Bahamas, private jets and luxury hotel suites were some of the ways NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre and other executives allegedly used the nonprofit's money, according to a lawsuit filed by the New York AG. https://t.co/9cObr4Fq7a