Bill Kristol (@BillKristol )

Bill Kristol

Bio Director, defendingdemocracytogether.org, ruleoflawrepublicans.com. Host, conversationswithbillkristol.org.
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iPhone : Good #China content recently KristolConvos: conversationswithbillkristol.org/video/james-ha…
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iPhone : Arriving on campus? Wondering what to study? Heres a short clip from our very first Harvey Mansfield conversation, about why political science needs political philosophy, and particularly Plato and Aristotle.

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Twitter Web App : This ad from Republicans for the Rule of Law is running this week and next in Kentucky.

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iPhone : I suppose we don’t even notice any more when the president of the United States attacks not just a private citizen but his family. twitter.com/realdonaldtrum…

iPhone : How much time are taxpayer-funded White House staffers spending on personal attacks on Anthony Scaramucci, who is a private citizen who happens to be critical of Donald Trump? Perhaps Stephanie Grisham would care to specify?

iPhone : Trump has the White House communications staff using Trump-compliant media organs to go after Scaramucci. Trump senses that a high-profile defector who’s willing to say he was wrong and who can fight back when attacked is particularly dangerous. washingtonexaminer.com/news/white-hou…

Twitter Web Client : Republicans for the Rule of Law up with a $400,000 buy to pressure Mitch McConnell "to put election security legislation up for a vote in the Senate by airing ads that target the Kentucky Republican and four other Republican senators in their home states." kentucky.com/news/politics-…

Twitter Web App : An analysis of recent polls by Bruce Gyory:
"If Trump stays on his present course, he will lose next November, and political historians will more than likely come to see the watershed moment as August 2019....Trump is on the verge of losing the country."
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iPhone : There must be a Republican primary referendum on Trump. Not a referendum on tariffs. Not on the debt & deficits. Not on the wall.

It’s gotta be a referendum on Trump. A referendum on his unfitness. His dishonesty. His disloyalty. His cruelty. His incompetence. His narcissism.

Twitter Web App : "I challenge my fellow Republicans to summon the nerve to speak out on the record against Trump....Go public with the concerns you readily express in private. Hold on to your patriotism, and help save the country from his depredations."
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iPhone : The time for election security is now: “Mueller’s unambiguous warning that Russia hacked into the election systems of all 50 states in 2016 and is planning to do so again next year has been confirmed on both sides of the aisle.” stltoday.com/opinion/editor…

iPhone : What if 2 or 3 serious people came out in a few months and said Look... Im just going to give you my measured judgement, that whatever [Trumps] accomplished... he shouldnt have a 2nd term. That would be pretty striking.- Bill Kristol w/ John Heilemann

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iPhone : Some of us know what a blessing it is to be a citizen of the United States. That’s precisely why we so loathe Donald Trump, because he is doing such harm to the country we love. twitter.com/jenniferjjacob…

iPhone : It is possible to (1) believe that Israel’s decision to knuckle under to Trump and ban Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib was an ill-advised blunder and (2) also hold Omar and Tlaib accountable for partnering with vicious anti-Semites. thebulwark.com/the-problem-wi… via The Bulwark

iPhone : This man should not have a second term. The choice of Republican officials, donors and others to accommodate Trump as president has been, I think, a terrible mistake, but to a degree understandable. The choice to acquiesce in, much less support, his re-nomination is indefensible. twitter.com/realDonaldTrum…

Twitter Web App : Was Weld right? A question for the presidential debates: "[In] his senior thesis...he argued that the commonly accepted Latin text of passages by the elegiac poet Sextus Propertius was wrong, because of mistranscription by scribes during the Middle Ages."
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